Jim just can’t get enough of playing with those projections.
On Wednesday, we dealt with the PECOTA projections for the game’s best and brightest. Today, Jim Baker looks at some of the not so fortunate.
So what if it’s ten weeks away? It’s never too soon to start breaking down the Opening Day matchup between the Yankees and the Red Sox.
Jim dips into the mailbag for conspiracy theories on the Derek Lowe signing and the odds of Mike Cameron improving in 2005.
Carlos Delgado looks to cash in, while Wally Backman’s firing reflects poorly on the Diamondbacks. This and more from Jim in today’s Prospectus Matchups.
Jim Baker’s unique spin on the latest baseball news.
What, exactly, was Paul DePodesta thinking when he signed Derek Lowe?
No player has ever been a unanimous selection to the Hall of Fame, because everyone has had a fatal flaw.
Puzzled by some of the contracts being handed out to free agents, Jim offers a different way to think about the players who go onto the market.
Why has no one talked about this year’s collusion scandal? And what’s the most given present every Christmas?
Looking for a baseball-themed gift for your favorite baseball-themed writer? Jim Baker has some suggestions.
Do they prove the rule, or just provide column fodder. Jim takes a look at some of the least likely performances in baseball history.
The Yankees’ signings are an indication that professional wiseasses like Jim will continue to have a job.
Leafing through some old Baseball magazines, Jim finds that teams were as concerned with players coming off of injuries in the 1940s as they are today.
A dozen men find their names on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time. Of those, just one is a serious candidate for induction.