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July 19, 2016

Baseball Therapy: The Pink Elephant Effect

by Russell A. Carleton

Do different looks give hitters fits? You won't BELIEVE the answer. (You probably will.)

July 6, 2016

Baseball Therapy: ...Although I Have No Idea How We'd Measure That

by Russell A. Carleton

On finding answers in unanswerable questions.

June 28, 2016

Baseball Therapy: Dollhouses and Sandboxes

by Russell A. Carleton

What can Starting Lineup figurines and Abraham Lincoln teach us about baseball research?

June 23, 2016

The Perils Of MLB's Sorting System: Part 4: The Invisible Hand Holding the Baseball

by Kate Morrison and Russell A. Carleton

Are front offices nurturing a garden where great new ideas can sprout?

June 22, 2016

The Perils Of MLB's Sorting System: Part 3: The Rise of Ivy

by Kate Morrison and Russell A. Carleton

The path to a front office job starts in the college application process.

June 21, 2016

The Perils Of MLB's Sorting System: Part 2: The True Cost of Interning

by Kate Morrison and Russell A. Carleton

The path to a career in baseball runs increasingly through one very expensive toll booth.

June 20, 2016

The Perils Of MLB's Sorting System: Part 1: Where Do Front Office Workers Come From?

by Kate Morrison and Russell A. Carleton

The first in a four-part series about the path to working in a major-league team's front office.

May 31, 2016

Baseball Therapy: The Knee

by Russell A. Carleton

Moving the strike zone up seems a simple, elegant solution to what ails offense. But won't anybody think of the unintended consequences!?

May 24, 2016

Baseball Therapy: Framing the At-Bat

by Russell A. Carleton

Is Tony Wolters the answer to 24 years of mile-high pitching woes?

May 17, 2016

Prospectus Feature: The Only Rule Is You Have To Answer My Questions

by Russell A. Carleton

Russell sits down with Ben and Sam to discuss the experience of writing and living through their best-selling book, The Only Rule Is It Has To Work.

May 11, 2016

Baseball Therapy: The Even Slightly More Convincing Argument Against the Shift

by Russell A. Carleton

The super-cool, super-modern, super-fun strategy that might not be doing anything.

May 3, 2016

Baseball Therapy: The Pretty Good Case That the Shift Doesn't Work

by Russell A. Carleton

Reevaluating the shiny new toy.

April 27, 2016

Baseball Therapy: Can Teams Come Back From a Comeback?

by Russell A. Carleton

Testing the belief that ninth-inning losses hurt more.

April 19, 2016

Baseball Therapy: The One About Exit Velocity

by Russell A. Carleton

'The implications of this are kinda big.'

April 12, 2016

Baseball Therapy: Somebody Is Finally Trying to Kill the Traditional Closer Role

by Russell A. Carleton

But will Arodys Vizcaino and the Braves move the needle?

April 7, 2016

Baseball Therapy: Go Ahead, Call It a Comeback

by Russell A. Carleton

Why your team's hopes aren't dead by the eighth inning, and why baseball isn't either.

April 5, 2016

Baseball Therapy: Someone's Not Paying Attention

by Russell A. Carleton

It's not surprising that more players are getting Therapeutic Use Exemptions than we would, statistically, expect. The system is set up to allow it.

March 29, 2016

Baseball Therapy: It Worked Last Time

by Russell A. Carleton

Does success make Jack a predictable boy?

March 22, 2016

Baseball Therapy: Are You Cultured?

by Russell A. Carleton

The question of cultural competence is one of the struggles that will define the next generation of Sabermetrics.

March 15, 2016

Baseball Therapy: Bringing Down The House

by Russell A. Carleton

The baseball missteps of of a sitcom reboot.

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