This week we talked to Rob Arthur of FiveThirtyEight and Jim Albert, professor of mathematics and statistics at Bowling Green State University about Rob’s article Baseballâ€™s â€˜Hot Handâ€™ Is Real, co-authored by Greg Matthews assistant professor of statistics at Loyola University Chicago
On Episode 2 of Stolen Signs we briefly recap SaberSeminar 2017, answer a listener email about how to learn more about baseball stats, and we have a discussion about pitching metrics with Jonathan Judge of Baseball Prospectus and Neil Weinberg of FanGraphs.
This is episode 1 of the Stolen Signs podcast, a new podcast from the stats team at Baseball Prospectus.
Kyle Hendricks might be a lot closer to Greg Maddux than he thinks.
Tunneling from Greg Maddux and Barry Zito to Kyle Hendricks and Rich Hill, and everything in between.
Greg Maddux was on to something, whether he knew it or not.
Introducing new tools to evaluate command and control through the lens of strikes.
A closer look at some of the statistics and projections that are new in Baseball Prospectus 2016.
Today, we take our catching-defense offerings to some pretty exciting places.
The head of our stats team dives into his favorite gems within this new world of data.
To make things better.
You asked about DRA; we’ve got answers.
Baseball Prospectus is excited to announce what we believe to be the best measure of pitching ever, as well as advances in measuring pitchers’ effectiveness stifling basestealers and avoiding errant pitches.
We move ever closer to a catcher-framing metric that captures a player’s true value.
An experimental broadcast with a sabermetric slant got off to a slow start, but some ‘in-game’ adjustments gives us hope.