Evaluating performance levels of populations of players by position over the last half-century.
Things are getting interesting, so let’s talk about the odds.
The early returns on PECOTA’s projecting last season’s big-bonus draft choices.
Projecting the value of the best-hitting pitchers, as well as the worst.
Although it might seem as if the best shortstop prospects are already playing every day in the majors, there’s an interesting crop on the way up.
Ease up there, Hemingway, we’re talking about pitchers, and whether we’re missing a few from the last couple of decades.
PECOTA loves quite a few young third basemen, but how many of them will remain at the hot corner?
The list of top keystone prospects includes a mix of young players to watch and older players who fell out of favor.
Has the guessing game over who used what when gone too far?
After a quick bit of aging, the Astros’ shortstop might not lose much to Father Time now, but the clock’s ticking.
Which players might struggle to match their PECOTA projections this year?
Who might most outperform their PECOTAs? Plus projected standings and the top three storylines of the new season.
It’s not a position where a lot of youngsters make it, but there are at least two excellent prospects at first.
With some new features, PECOTA’s better-prepared than ever to tell you where Matt Wieters ranks among promising backstops.
Explaining the new charts and graphics you’ll find spattered across the new generation of player cards.