December 13, 2013
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About Max MarchiMax is a statistician who does analysis on infectious diseases as a day job. When he is at home his attention shifts toward baseball data.
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Thrilling Championship Series games
Drama in Division Series baseball through the lenses of statistical tools.
Measuring baseball at its most dramatic, with the help of some advanced statistical tools.
Max begins a journey through the last three decades and a half in search of forgotten great games.
Looking for the ultimate hacker.
When pitchers increase the number of their weapons.
How to keep track of who's available.
Max refines his pitch classification algorithm... and gives out a promised spreadsheet.
Oh, no! Not another clutch hitting article.
Max expands on previous works by John Walsh and Dave Allen on platoon splits by pitch type
Revisting PITCHf/x pitch classification, with a little help from baseball lore.
Evaluating the arts of blocking pitches and keeping the runners honest.
Evaluating minor league shortstop defense.
The easiest position among the three?
If only he could hit
Some good throwers aren't so good at other things