The difficulty of creating a new defensive metric when there are numerous disagreements in data.
The players voted into the Midsummer Classic are the ones fans find most exciting—and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Park adjustments show than line-drive and fly-ball rates can be affected by the scorers.
What Stephen Strasburg threw in his second major-league start Sunday for the Nationals in their victory over the Indians.
Breaking down the Nationals phenom’s pitches against the Pirates in his memorable major-league debut on Tuesday night.
A look at the origins of estimating runs and various formulas created to do so.
Errors here, there, and everywhere, but are they all of them the same?
Breaking down the basics of estimating runs and why it is so important.
David Wright’s high strikeout rate is not anything to be alarmed about.
It was wrong for the fan to run on the field at Citizens Bank Park but the police response was no better.
Are we really talking about the same thing when we talk about RBIs?
Data collection biases taint batted-ball metrics.
First-month stats don’t give analysts much to analyze.
As long as there are official scorers, we’ll never get a completely factual recording of a game.