Dan applies a few more tests to run estimation formulas while addressing the larger topics involved.
David takes a closer look at walks and strikeouts.
We’re all doing it now.
David examines Carl Crawford’s lack of walks.
David takes a look at Mike Mussina’s 2006 outlook.
Steve shines a light on the furthest dark recess of the end of the bench, and reveals those scrubeenies who spend days, weeks, or even months between chances to bat.
John has a look at the best (and worst) outfield arms.
How’s Marcel doing?
David updates and re-visits his DIPS 3.0 formula, with insight into its importance and uses. So skip the article and download the spreadsheets with all the numbers.
David takes a look at Jorge Cantu’s newfound power and if it’s likely to continue.
Doing for batters what we did for pitchers, and introducing a veritable plethora of player batted-ball data.
David takes a look at Chris Ray’s 2005 season and his chances of being a successful closer.
Dan clears up some issues that came up in recent articles on competitve balance and the sacrifice fly.
A look at what happens when the count goes to 3-0, with a digression on a couple of very short ballplayers, both real and fictional, and some reflections
on baseball’s Unwritten Code.
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.