Nate comes to the end of his prospect review by naming his Top 100 and combining his valuations with those of our own Kevin Goldstein.
Nate goes digging for the reason offense is down across baseball.
Nate sorts fiction from reality, looking at the best young righties through PECOTA’s eyes.
Nate tries to quantify the trade-off in scheduling cold weather games.
Nate talks about a Lost Generation of pitching prospects, and casts a critical eye on the way PECOTA values young hurlers.
Nate concludes the PECOTA series, and offers his postseason picks.
Nate debates PECOTA on its White Sox negativity, and predicts champions in Cleveland and Chicago.
Last time out, Nate zeroed in on center fielders. Today, he moves to the corners.
In an homage to Kasparov versus Deep Blue, Nate puts his PECOTA system to the test as it tries to predict the results of the 2007 season.
Nate envisions what exactly needs to go right for the Tigers to get in the playoffs.
It may seem that PECOTA has gone soft when it comes to the plethora of excellent center field prospects, but there’s good reason to be excited.
Republishing a Nate Silver Unfiltered post on SGP from 2007
Nate reviews a deep and diverse batch of shortstop prospects, but you might be surprised about how PECOTA sorts them out.
Instead of talking about shortstop prospects, Nate conjures up a new way of looking at the defensive spectrum.
The best prospect in baseball leads a historically deep class.
Nate examines the curious discrepancy between conventional prospect rankings and PECOTA with regards to second basemen, and defends one of his projection system’s favorite young players.