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10-10

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The View from the Loge Level: The Last Days of the Big Unit
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Daron Sutton

09-08

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The View from the Loge Level: Missed Your October
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Daron Sutton

07-28

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BBQ State of Mind
by
Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman

07-16

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Pebble Hunting: This Time, We Count
by
Sam Miller

07-16

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The BP Wayback Machine: Being There
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Derek Zumsteg

05-16

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BP Unfiltered: Ranking the Retirement Gifts: New York Mets
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Ben Lindbergh

04-03

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BP Unfiltered: Ranking the Retirement Gifts: Houston Astros
by
Ben Lindbergh

03-17

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Baseball Therapy: The Viability of Burying a Bad Bat
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Russell A. Carleton

02-18

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Overthinking It: Quantifying Cano's Lack of Hustle
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Ben Lindbergh

02-14

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BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 386: Listener Emails/Ricky Smith on Losing His Date to Derek Jeter
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Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller

02-13

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The BP Wayback Machine: Derek Jeter's Career in Player Comments
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Baseball Prospectus

02-13

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Point/Counterpoint
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Ben Lindbergh and Zachary Levine

02-07

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18

Fantasy Players to Avoid: Shortstops
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BP Fantasy Staff

02-04

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Graphical Fantasy Rankings: Shortstops
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Mauricio Rubio

09-12

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BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 285: Was the Marlins' Season a Success?/Finessing Derek Jeter's Final(?) Season
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Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller

09-11

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Transaction Analysis: The Anti-Jeter Joins Jeter
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Ben Lindbergh

07-11

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BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 241: Manny Ramirez and Other Players Who Refuse to Retire/The Loveable, Hateable Yankees
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Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller

07-11

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What You Need to Know: Dodgers Back at Breakeven
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Daniel Rathman

06-21

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BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 229: Derek Jeter, Yasiel Puig, and the All-Star Game/The Royals and Blaming the Ballpark
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Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller

10-14

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Playoff Prospectus: ALCS Game One Recap: Tigers 6, Yankees 4
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Ben Lindbergh

10-14

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Playoff Prospectus: ALCS Game Two Preview: Tigers at Yankees
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Daniel Rathman

09-27

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In A Pickle: Free to Be We
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Jason Wojciechowski

09-13

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The Prospectus Hit List: Thursday, September 13
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Matthew Kory

09-12

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The Platoon Advantage: The Year of Everything But the Shortstop
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Bill Parker

08-30

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BP Unfiltered: This is a Mike Trout Factoid
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Sam Miller

08-23

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BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 27: Revisiting the Dan Haren Trade/Derek Jeter Defies Dire Forecasts
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Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller

08-06

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Pebble Hunting: The Best Baseball Questions on Yahoo! Answers
by
Sam Miller

05-23

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Punk Hits: 2012 Baseball Upfronts
by
Ian Miller

05-18

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The Prospectus Hit List: Friday, May 18
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Matthew Kory

05-10

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On the Beat: Harping on Harper
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John Perrotto

05-02

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Overthinking It: Five Interesting Things from Yesterday's Games
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Ben Lindbergh

04-24

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The Prospectus Hit List: Tuesday, April 24
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Matthew Kory

04-23

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Pebble Hunting: Cautiously Sizing Up April Stats
by
Sam Miller

04-18

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The Lineup Card: 10 Favorite Player/Executive Attributes
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Baseball Prospectus

03-02

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Overthinking It: The Weakest Positions on 2012's Best Teams
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Ben Lindbergh

07-13

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On the Beat: Straight from the Commissioner
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John Perrotto

07-09

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One-Hoppers: DJ3K: "I Don't Think You Can Script It Any Better"
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Jay Jaffe

07-08

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Prospectus Hit and Run: Chasing the Chase
by
Jay Jaffe

06-30

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Divide and Conquer, AL East: Coming Up Short at Shortstop
by
Ben Kabak

05-23

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The BP Broadside: The Annotated WARP Leaders
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Steven Goldman

05-10

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Manufactured Runs: The Deconstruction of Falling Stars
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Colin Wyers

05-06

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On the Beat: Bronx Burnout
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John Perrotto

11-30

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Prospectus Perspective: Yankee Drama
by
Christina Kahrl

11-09

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Manufactured Runs: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Derek Jeter?
by
Colin Wyers

09-02

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Overthinking It: A Captain's Ransom
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Ben Lindbergh

03-12

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Prospectus Hit and Run: Nomar and the Trinity
by
Jay Jaffe

09-04

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The 90 Percent Solution
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Christina Kahrl

08-25

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The Week in Quotes: August 18-24
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Alex Carnevale

08-05

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Prospectus Today: Jeter vs. Reyes
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Joe Sheehan

02-25

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Schrodinger's Bat: What Would Bacon Do?
by
Dan Fox

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February 7, 2014 6:00 am

Fantasy Players to Avoid: Shortstops

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BP Fantasy Staff

You might want to let someone else pick or buy these players at your drafts and auctions this spring.

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February 4, 2014 6:00 am

Graphical Fantasy Rankings: Shortstops

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Mauricio Rubio

A visual breakdown of the players at this premium position, based on their projected stats for the 2014 season.

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The first thing that popped out to me as I was doing this graph was how well rounded Ian Desmond projects to be. Desmond helps out across all five standard categories while dominating none of them. The other thing that pops out is how there are still usable options through the upper portion of the tier-two rankings, and even a guy like Jonathan Villar has his uses down toward the bottom.

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Ben and Sam discuss whether 2013 was a success or failure for the Marlins relative to expectations, then talk about how the Yankees should approach Derek Jeter's age-40 season.

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September 11, 2013 9:17 am

Transaction Analysis: The Anti-Jeter Joins Jeter

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Ben Lindbergh

With Derek Jeter day-to-day, the Yankees trade for opposite player Brendan Ryan.



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Ben and Sam discuss batter-pitcher matchup stats, ancient players on the comeback trail, and the underdog Yankees.

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July 11, 2013 5:00 am

What You Need to Know: Dodgers Back at Breakeven

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Daniel Rathman

The Dodgers are poised on the precipice of a winning record for the first time since April.

The Wednesday Takeaways
With 30 teams in the major leagues, there are 435 possible matchups, and—since there are no ties in baseball—870 possible results. Entering play on Wednesday night, 869 of those outcomes had, at some point in history, been recorded. But the Pirates had never beaten the Athletics. They had played 11 times, including twice earlier this week, and the A’s had won each one.

Finally, in their 12th crack at the green and gold since 2002, the Buccos came out on top. Clint Hurdle’s club, which—now just 28 wins shy of the franchise’s first winning season in two decades—is well on its way to a more significant bit of history, rode the left shoulder of Francisco Liriano to a 5-0 shutout in the series finale.


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Ben and Sam talk about a pair of All-Star candidates, then discuss Royals GM Dayton Moore's comments about Kauffman Stadium suppressing walks.

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October 14, 2012 10:58 am

Playoff Prospectus: ALCS Game One Recap: Tigers 6, Yankees 4

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Ben Lindbergh

The Yankees pull off another exciting comeback behind Raul Ibanez, only to lose both Game One and Derek Jeter a few innings later.

A few innings after Raul Ibanez solidified his True Yankee™ status with yet another ninth-inning, game-tying home run, seemingly setting the stage for an inevitable extra-innings win, the Yankees lost Game One. They also lost a leader and a pretty good player, leaving them looking much more vulnerable than they did a day ago. Here are three things to think about before Game Two gets underway.     

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October 14, 2012 6:33 am

Playoff Prospectus: ALCS Game Two Preview: Tigers at Yankees

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Daniel Rathman

Can the Yankees rebound to take Game Two without their star shortstop?

After a spirited ninth-inning rally, the Yankees lost Game One—and Derek Jeter, who fractured his ankle and will miss the rest of the postseason—in the 12th inning. Can Joe Girardi’s team bounce back and prevent the Tigers from racing out to a 2-0 lead? To answer that question, here are the PECOTA odds and projected starting lineups for Game Two.

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September 27, 2012 5:00 am

In A Pickle: Free to Be We

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Jason Wojciechowski

A forgettable book raises a timeless question.

The "we" debate is a weirdly durable one among those of us who enjoy meta-baseball arguments, those fights that aren't so much about the game as they are about how we interact with it. You'll see the topic spring up on Twitter every so often, as surely as you will discussion of the serial comma, The Wave, and whether Budweiser is an acceptable alternative to water for adult humans. By "the 'we' debate," I mean the question of whether it is "OK" for fans to refer to a team as "we." "We won last night, but it was awfully close;" "We need some power in the heart of the order if we're going to make any noise in the playoffs;" "We stink."

My experience of the two sides of the debate is that many people feel strongly that the "we" is illegitimate, a putting on airs, a usurpation of the rightful ownership of the victories of the men who actually play the game. Those who say "we," by contrast, seem often to not be wedded to the word so much as they are following long-formed mental pathways. They know they're not on the team, and I imagine most of them will admit that no matter how loud they cheer, they don't really have any effect on the field. But they say "we" and they see their use of the word as harmless. The players know full well who drove in the game-winning run, after all, and the first general manager who will be fooled into giving a fan a seven-figure deal to yell real loud hasn't been born yet.


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September 13, 2012 10:50 am

The Prospectus Hit List: Thursday, September 13

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Matthew Kory

Some teams are good, some are bad, but as a group they're .500.

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September 12, 2012 5:00 am

The Platoon Advantage: The Year of Everything But the Shortstop

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Bill Parker

Why are shortstops so bad this year, and does it mean anything for the future?

We know that positional strength comes and goes in cycles, like most other things in life. The early and mid-90s were great for first basemen and elite starting pitchers, the late 90s and early aughts for shortstops. The time since then has mostly been dominated by Albert Pujols, but it’s been pretty excellent for outfielders and second basemen, too. We can debate those classifications, I suppose, but you get the idea.

Over the last few years, though, I’d argue that the fates have shaken things out more or less evenly. In 2010, the MLB top 20 position players by WARP included at least one of every position but catcher (Joe Mauer came in at 22); in 2011, the top 12 had one at every position. The top 20 for 2012 includes 11 outfielders, three third basemen, three catchers, two second basemen, and, shockingly, just one first baseman. I’m pretty sure that each of the last three seasons has been branded the Year of the Pitcher at one point or another, but I’m not sure that’s totally justified, either; there are great pitchers, of course, but not so many or so dominant that they seem to dominate the sport.

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