Dan rights an age old wrong and takes a five-year look at baserunning.
Aaron gets lost in THT’s stats section.
The many similarities of Sean Burroughs and Mark Teahen.
Although some don’t believe in clutch hitters, that doesn’t mean we should ignore clutch hitting. Does it?
JC rates the best and worst players of the first-half according to PrOPS.
Another salvo in the great debate between scouts and stats.
An in-depth look at Win Share totals as of the All-Star break.
We’re halfway through the baseball season, a good time to take stock of the league’s leaders. But let’s include the second half of last year too. Just for yucks.
Three True Outcomes? Forget it. Real Men know that the only important things in the world are the Two True Outcomes. We don’t need no stinkin’ walks.
All about the nail-biters.
Dave returns to a subject from his last “Ten Things” column and hopefully does a better job of explaining himself this time.
A look at the Smart Ball Sox of 2005 and an investigation on the reliability of the Pythagorean method in the middle of a season.
Derrek Lee moves into the Cubs single season top 10 in RCAA, Roy Halladay passes Roger Clemens on the Blue Jay career RSAA list and the rest of the news around the majors.
Ben takes a look at some of the statistical feats being performed right now, even though most of them will fall apart before the end of the season.
A continuing look at THT’s special stats leaderboards—this time from the batting perspective.
Billionaires, Bud and the Babe
Who are the league leaders in stuff only The Hardball Times tracks?
Not 10 graphs, some graphs.
J.C. analyzes the predictive power of DIPS and digs a little deeper to examine how much control, if any, pitchers have over hits on balls in play.
It’s a little early in the season to be discussing Win Shares, but here are some of the Win Share figures that merit discussion.