June 20, 2013
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Geoff Young's Articles
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Geoff looks back at some old projections.
Ted Simmons, Hall of Famer? Definitely maybe.
Revisiting a classic Bill James study.
Once upon a time, a team had six hits in a game, all home runs.
Every once in a while, the draft pick turns out to be way better than the free agent.
Not only did this team dominate the Carolina League, it produced some fine big-league players.
He was good, but flawed; now he's missing the good part.
Sometimes looking at the familiar in a different way yields interesting results.
Do we truly know what we know?
The stories aren't following their scripts.
Chris Coste tells of his ascent to the big leagues.
Conventional wisdom thinks so. What do the numbers say?
The Padres are playing the best baseball of their existence, yet attendance is slipping.
Life in the soon-to-be present.
When Juan Bell was outshining Edgar Martinez.
What did the projections of the time expect from him?
Peruse these numbers in a well-ventilated area.
Geoff looks for "weird" games, whatever the heck that means.