A look at the methodology behind Baseball Prospectus’ new pitching metric.
Unveiling a new statistic that provides a clearer picture of pitcher performance.
Evaluating single high-profile signings against more scatter-shot solutions to team needs.
Pricing out the premium on star players, and establishing minimums and expectations for player value.
An evaluation of where the valuation of contracts is at, and where it should go.
Expanding the scope of last week’s study to include 2007 and 2008.
A look into how teams are assembled with talent from different sources at different prices.
A study of which positions give the least value in the second and third years of multi-year contracts signed by free agent.
Uncovering when it is beneficial for a bad team to sign someone on the free-agent market.
It may seem as though everyone involved in the Aces-for-Prospects swaps came out ahead, but it simply isn’t so.
Does expanding the pool of candidates at a position create relative bargains?
How much can a pitcher actually control their FIP or ERA?
Seven simple rules to make your Hot Stove trade rumors more realistic.
Continuing an analysis of Cole Hamels’ 2008 and 2009 seasons.
An examination of how much of an effect DHs and having pitchers hit have in the World Series.