Almost no popular statistic will be “worthless,” exactly, and a good discourse might require more specific objections.
Why are shortstops so bad this year, and does it mean anything for the future?
Some players get hit by pitches so often that it must be a skill. But is it a good skill to have?
Bill revisits a question raised on this site earlier in the season, and asks whether Heyward’s excellent two months give us a more definitive answer.
The Blue Jays called up a promising minor-league outfielder to replace Jose Bautista. The Blue Jays called up the wrong promising minor-league outfielder to replace Jose Baustista.
Do you appreciate what Omar Vizquel has done? That is to say, do you really, really appreciate it?
No Padre has ever hit for a cycle, but as far as interesting achievements go, they’ve done much better.
A BBWAA stamp of approval doesn’t mean a glorious career. Chris Coghlan is the latest to prove it.
With Vladimir Guerrero pondering Japan, Bill asks who will be the baseball’s final ex-Expo.
Is there any hope that the Twins will be better than horrible this season?
How unusual is it for a pitcher of Roy Oswalt’s record to be without a job this late in the offseason?
Beginning an ongoing series of weekly contributions from the authors of The Platoon Advantage. This week: Fanalysts.