Revising David’s Range system.
Is Daniel Cabrera ready to take the next step forward and join the pitching elite?
Craig Burley and Thomas Ayers give an update on the latest World Baseball Classic developments.
A statistical look back at Orlando “El Duque” Hernandez’s 2005 season with a take on things to come.
J.C. Bradbury presents end-of-season PrOPS for 2005 and some projections for 2006.
David takes a look at the predictive power of pitchers’ stuff.
Dan takes a second look at the walk rates of Caribbean players with a little nudging from the community at large.
Graphs, more graphs and the anger of Felipe Alou
Who gave up the most and least expected home runs in 2005, and what does it mean for 2006?
David looks at the five-year deal the Blue Jays gave B.J. Ryan.
Dan provides additional support using the log5 method to predict the results of batter/pitcher matchups.
David’s head explodes talking about the AJ Burnett Sweepstakes.
A look at who’s gotten the most out of their plate appearances over the last four years.
David doesn’t answer if I-Rod is better than Mike Piazza, but he does tell you lots of other use(less)ful things.
What binomial distributions, p-values and the log5 method have to do with 5-by-7 index cards.
Dan takes a look at the book Mind Game by the writers of Baseball Prospectus.
A quick look at the WPA leaders of the White Sox-Astros World Series
David looks at baseball’s best and worst defenders.
How fast fortunes can change. Game 5 from a Win Probability perspective.
Steve concludes his examination of batting history, as viewed through the conversion of team and league stats into an individualized form.