A closer look at some of the 2005 individual baseball stats now available on the Hardball Times.
Consider this a pseudo-review of Michael Schell’s Baseball’s All-Time Best Sluggers.
Steve’s examination of the modern bullpen has been through the LOOGYs: we’re ready to bring on the Closer.
A look at the lineups across the major leagues
The Yankees have a shakeup, Juan Rincon is suspended, Kerry Wood will be out at least 3 weeks and the rest of the news around the majors.
The Hardball Times’ 2005 Graphs are up. Here’s the background.
Alex Rodriguez sets a Yankee Stadium record, Bud Selig wants tougher steroid penalties, Ken Griffey Jr. finally homers and the rest of the news around the majors.
Aaron looks at some of the wacky early season numbers around baseball.
Looking for some pitchers who FIP might not catch.
How did major league hitters fare in 2004 relative to what we’d expect from their number of Line Drives, Fly Balls, and Ground Balls?
A quick look back at last season’s stats, to see who’s most likely to improve this year.
The objective — establish the average home field advantage for the 1999-2004 period. The results? Well, see for yourself…
Announcing The Hardball Times Bullpen Book — a different look at a controversial subject.
Do managers use their closers effectively? Here’s a look, based on some insight contained in The Hardball Times Bullpen Book.
Aaron takes a look at what to expect from the newest Japanese League imports.
How extreme of a pitcher’s park is it? How would Derek Lowe have performed had he pitched for the Dodgers in ’02-’04? How will the changes to the park affect its effect on runs scored? The answers to these questions and more!
Complete DRA Test Results for 2001-03
Explanation of DRA Testing Methodology
Includes an introduction and summary of results, explanation of DRA testing methodology, and complete DRA test results for 2001-03
Michael Humphreys reintroduces his revolutionary new fielding statistic, in the first of a three-part series.