Dan backs up and provides an overview on what this summer’s findings tell us about team-level baserunning, and what we can learn about baserunning in general.
Dan starts to bring it all home in his look at baserunning, as he tallies up each of his metrics and shows us the best and worst runners from 2000-2005.
In this tale of two third basemen, Dan sorts out which one’s the genuine article: the old Mark Teahen, or the new terror of the American League.
Dan has the final word on the value of stealing bases in the latest installment of his series on baserunning.
Dan continues his series on baserunning by focusing on individual clubs. Do the Angels really create an advantage by being aggressive?
Resident Cub fan Dan Fox weighs in on the Maddux-for-Izturis swap.
Dan continues his series analyzing baserunner advancement by taking park factors under consideration.
Dan continues to explain what makes a successful baserunner, and it’s not always who you’d expect. Cowboy up, anyone?
Dan dissects Rob Neyer’s latest book–about the greatest mistakes in baseball history–and nominates a few recent moves for inclusion.
This week, the Bat takes a swing at a new cost-benefit analysis of mayhem on the basepaths.
Dan concludes his recap of the SABR convention, and corrects some issues from last week’s column.
Dan recaps some research presentations from the recent SABR convention.
Does an evenly balanced payroll put you at the front of the pack? Does it have anything to do with postseason success? Dan takes a look.
Dan enjoys a Sunday doubleheader in one of the game’s shrines.