Taking a look at the most valuable players taken among the top 50 picks in the draft, Cy Young pitchers improving after winning the award, and more
Exploring the relationship between the number of high draft picks a team has and the amount of value it receives.
This week’s mailbag discusses pitchers gobbling up vulture wins, organizational depth as an indicator of spring training performance, and the worst Opening Day lineups ever.
Investigating the first 10 rounds of the 1965-2001 drafts to determine which four-year school has produced the most major-league value.
The inaugural edition of the Research Mailbag explores pitchers starting both games of a doubleheader, players with the same name, and Opening Day starting pitchers.
Get answers to the baseball questions that have haunted you for years.
There’s no future for Matt Dominguez at third base in Miami, but the Marlins’ former top prospect might still make another team happy.
Do pitchers who play in full-season leagues at age 17 or 18 often find success, or is there still no such thing as a pitching prospect?
Profiling five more former top prospects, this time from the NL, who have to make a move this season or risk being labeled busts.
Profiling five former top prospects in the AL who have to make a move this season or risk being busts.
What should be featured on team audit pages next season?
You already love Transaction Analysis. Now you’ll get to love Baseball Prospectus’ new transactions database.
With a new owner and GM in charge, the Astros are ready to right the wrongs of the previous regime.
Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria would like to make a smash as the Fish move into their new park, but the team would be better off making only minor moves.
Were the Mariners wise to issue a contract extension to Jack Zduriencik?