Projecting the fortunes for low-minors pitchers is even harder than it is for hitters.
There are several explanations for Sammy Sosa’s decline in the final years of his career. Which is true?
Is there a way to measure how a pitcher was using his fastball, and mixing it, relative to his other pitches?
The SABR Diamond Dollars case competition has grown into a mutually beneficial event for all parties involved.
Where walks come from and why some batters are so good at drawing them.
Projectionists should embrace the mystical side of the craft to find something new in this beautifully massive set of data.
A look at which projection systems did the best in 2014.
There are no definitive conclusions to be made just yet, but there is enough data to start thinking critically.
There’s reason to believe that so-so pitchers with good curves and sliders don’t use them enough.
Time takes its toll on hitters, even when they’re not playing.
In this article reprinted from The Hardball Times Baseball Annual 2015, the authors take the first steps toward building better major league equivalencies.
See just how important pitch sequencing really is for pitchers and hitters.
The World Series went seven games, but it might not have been as exciting as the rest of the playoffs.
Let’s stop talking about home-field advantage in the playoffs as if it means something.
Let’s talk about multicollinearity.
Inside Edge has developed a metric to collect all the things that simply don’t show up in the box score.
The designated hitter didn’t materialize out of nowhere.
Do low-strikeout hitters receive special strike zone preference?
How often does a batter make the “correct” decision on the pitches thrown to him?
How low can it go?