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07-21

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Rubbing Mud: Why the Yankees Should Sell Hard
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Matthew Trueblood

07-17

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Nicolas Stellini

07-17

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Rubbing Mud: Another Look At Doyle, Smoltz, Andersen, Bagwell
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Matthew Trueblood

07-12

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Prospectus Feature: Nothing Slows Rich Teams Except Themselves
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Henry Druschel

07-10

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Ben Diamond

07-03

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Stacey Gotsulias

06-26

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Nicolas Stellini

06-25

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Nick Ashbourne

06-23

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What You Need to Know: Yankees/Rockies 2: The Beltran Rises
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Demetrius Bell

06-19

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Nick Ashbourne

06-18

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Raising Aces: The Speed At Which Things Change
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Doug Thorburn

06-15

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What You Need to Know: Don't Ever Get Used to Coors Field
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Nicolas Stellini

06-13

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Transaction Analysis: First Base Merry-Go-Round
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James Fegan, Christopher Crawford and Bryan Grosnick

06-11

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Evan Davis

06-08

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Cold Takes: The Stolen Bases Stolen From Us
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Patrick Dubuque

06-04

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Nick Ashbourne

06-01

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BP Unfiltered: The Oldest, Worst Baseball Video Game
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Patrick Dubuque

05-31

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Cold Takes: The Milestone Percentage Added
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Patrick Dubuque

05-29

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Nick Ashbourne

05-21

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Stacey Gotsulias

05-14

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Raising Aces: Why Max Scherzer?
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Doug Thorburn

05-13

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Fifth Column: Wearing It
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Michael Baumann

05-10

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What You Need to Know: Sonny Gray's Short-Lived Mound Shuffle
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Daniel Rathman

05-06

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What You Need to Know: Yankees Find a New Way to Lose
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Emma Baccellieri

05-05

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Ben Diamond

05-02

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An Agent's Take: Arizona Surprise
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Joshua Kusnick

04-29

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Fifth Column: The Shift: I Am Girardicus
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Michael Baumann

03-28

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Rumor Roundup: Battle for Fourth Place
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Ashley Varela

03-02

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Players Prefer Presentation: The Chapman Precedent
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Meg Rowley

02-26

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Players Prefer Presentation: The Self-Expression Trap
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Meg Rowley

02-25

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Winter Is Leaving
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Matthew Trueblood

02-05

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Rubbing Mud: Seven or Eight Shortstops
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Matthew Trueblood

02-02

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Fifth Column: What Would an MVP Reliever Look Like?
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Michael Baumann

01-21

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Players Prefer Presentation: Lifestyles of the Pitchin' Frameous
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Meg Rowley

12-29

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Players Prefer Presentation: On Aroldis Chapman, Opportunity and Cost
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Meg Rowley

12-29

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Transaction Analysis: What's Chapmaning
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R.J. Anderson, Christopher Crawford and George Bissell

12-09

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Transaction Analysis: Cubs Implement Flextime
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Jeff Quinton, Sahadev Sharma and J.P. Breen

11-20

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Players Prefer Presentation: Why We Give David Ortiz A Retirement Tour
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Meg Rowley

10-07

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Playoff Prospectus: WC Recap: A Game of Hinch's
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R.J. Anderson

10-06

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Raising Aces: Dallas Keuchel vs. Masahiro Tanaka
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Doug Thorburn

10-05

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Transaction Analysis: How The Wild Card Winners Were Built
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BP Staff

09-25

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Prospectus Feature: The Incredible Yogi
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James Smyth

05-25

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Nick Ashbourne

05-14

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BP Bronx
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Nick Ashbourne

05-12

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What You Need to Know: Bombered!
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Daniel Rathman

04-27

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Pebble Hunting: Scott Boras Has Baseball's Most Accurate Projection System
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Sam Miller

04-25

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Nick Ashbourne

04-23

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What You Need to Know: Baseball on Ice!
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Chris Mosch

04-19

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Nick Shlain

04-02

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Spring Training Notebook
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Jeff Moore

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Justin Morneau returns to the AL Central and Ike Davis returns to New York.

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June 11, 2016 7:58 am

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Evan Davis

This year sucks for one of last year's most exciting pitchers.

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Does the rarity of steals of home make them even more exciting, or just make all our lives dull and useless?

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June 4, 2016 6:00 am

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Nick Ashbourne

Andrew Miller doesn't need to waste pitches, which leads to some fun factory.

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THE WORDS "BABE FLATHEAD" ARE BURNED INTO YOUR PSYCHE.

It’s difficult to imagine the barbarism of our own childhood: the technological advances we hadn’t yet learned to need, the inefficiencies of our young lives. For my generation, it was an era of World Book encyclopedias, of wall-mounted telephones and Adrienne Rich poetry and travel alarm clocks. One wonders how we survived.

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Tracking the odds that Ichiro and ARod will hit important milestones, one day at a time.

Of the dozens of baseball statistics out there, Win Percentage Added might be my favorite. It’s a lovably useless stat: entirely beholden to timing and fortune, it ignores ill-timed greatness and throws favor on the man at the right place at the right time. It has almost no predictive value, and carries a faint whiff of the hero worship of days past, the old men talking of clutch performance. It’s the sophisticated remake of the Game-Winning RBI, a hack writer’s game recap in decimal form. As game stat, WPA isn’t particularly fair; in that sense, it’s the stat most like real life, when we’re measured by moments not of our choosing.

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May 29, 2016 6:00 am

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Nick Ashbourne

The Yankees' strategy of throwing harder than any team in baseball is, surprisingly, not working.

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May 21, 2016 6:03 am

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Stacey Gotsulias

After an unexpected but inspiring revival last year, Mark Teixiera is back in the doldrums. What's going on with the erstwhile superstar?

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Standout arms (for good or ill) from this week, including, duh, Max Scherzer. Also Aroldis Chapman (good) and Luis Severino and Derek Holland (ill).

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Some nights nothing goes your way, including the manager.

Every close-knit group of friends will develop its own vernacular. Spend enough time with the same people and you’ll share enough experiences and stories that it doesn’t make sense to spell out the entire metaphor—you just quote the line from the movie everyone has memorized, and everyone understands.

Similarly, people who love baseball develop their own semi-secret language around the game—maybe not every Tom, Dick and Harry at the ballpark, but you’re enough of a diehard to read Baseball Prospectus, so you know what I’m talking about. The vocabulary comes from old friends or coaches, or from indelible moments from the past, and every fan has his or her own unique set of idioms.

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The A's ace adjusts but struggles again, the Yankees hit bombs, Corey Kluber bombs, and the best Bad-Braves Fun Fact we heard yesterday.

The Monday Takeaway
When this season began, Sonny Gray was Sonny Gray. Seven innings of one-run work on Opening Day paved the way for three more quality efforts, amounting to a 2.73 ERA four starts into his 2016 campaign. Then, on April 27th, the Tigers sent Gray to the showers after just two-plus innings. And while the right-hander bounced back to log seven innings six days later, the Mariners tagged him for 11 hits and seven runs during his time on the hill.


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The last-place Yankees continue to suffer, the Blue Jays offense breaks out, and Colin Rea hacks the feed for two hours.

The Thursday Takeaway
A game that stays scoreless into the 10th sounds like a textbook example of a pitchers’ duel. This presumption gets a bit weaker when the teams in question are the Orioles, who had not scored in 12 innings heading into Thursday, and the last-place Yankees, who have hardly been a model of offensive capability this year. Regardless, keeping the scoreboard empty into extras is a feat, and both Masahiro Tanaka and Kevin Gausman looked sharp yesterday—particularly Gausman, who held New York to three hits with no walks over eight innings.

In the four years since Gausman was drafted, he’s been seen (among other things and in no particular order) as: a top prospect, a question mark, a disappointment, a popular example of every question around the Orioles’ pitcher development, and a young man painfully familiar with the road between Baltimore and Norfolk. Right now, he’s a back-of-the-rotation starter, and on Thursday, he was a very good pitcher.


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