David takes a look at Brian Robert’s 2005 offensive explosion!
David takes a look at Chad Tracy’s breakout season.
David takes a look at two mid-July call-ups with similar seasons.
John concludes his study on how much that speedster on first base disrupts the pitcher, if at all.
An explanation of the five most mainstream defensive metrics, and an examination of their accuracy and importance.
David takes a look at the differences between Tom Glavine’s first and second halves of 2005.
Dan takes a quick look at just who scores on sacrifice flies.
A systematic look at the Hall of Fame candidacies (or former candidacies) of Jim Rice, Albert Belle, and Andre Dawson, among others, by putting their batting stats in a common context with other players with similar types of credentials.
David takes a look at Ryan Freel’s excellent plate discipline.
Does a proficient base stealer on first base distract or disrupt the pitcher?
Answering a few questions.
David takes a look at Jeff Francoeur’s hot start and not-so-hot finish.
That’s Defense Efficiency Ratio to you.
Catch up on the Daily Graphings with a double-sized look at Coco Crisp (with PitchZone analysis) and the disappointing Ted Lilly.
Dan takes an opportunity to make corrections in his THT Baseball Annual 2006 article “Are You Feeling Lucky?”
To get into the Hall of Fame will Mark McGwire have to buy a ticket?
A cool new way to evaluate pitchers.
David takes a look at Bronson Arroyo’s midseason collapse.
Picking up on last week’s column, Dave gives the batted-ball results of some of the most interesting pitchers in baseball.
That’s the question Dan takes on this week when considering sacrifice flies.