Nate recovers well enough from Chicago’s Super Bowl loss to share PECOTA’s take on first base prospects.
With the methodology out of the way, Nate starts behind the plate.
Nate introduces this year’s PECOTA-based look at ranking prospects. Today, he lays out the methodology, which includes a few key changes to how he approached this project last year.
EVP of Baseball Prospectus Nate Silver checks in to let everyone know what we have coming up in 2007.
Nate gives Dave Dombrowski some helpful advice for bringing the Tigers back to the World Series in 2007, and Walt Jocketty has no choice but to retool a winner.
Nate closes the book on the 2006 Season by looking at where the Cardinals rank among all-time Champions.
Nate analyzes a dramatic Game Four in St. Louis, and offers some ideas to improve the postseason.
With the advantage shifting to La Russa’s Cardinals, Nate encourages Jim Leyland to swap defense for hitting in time for Game Four.
While thawing out after two days in Detroit, Nate thinks a bit more about L’Affaire Rogers.
Before heading to St. Louis, Nate checks in with notes on Kenny Rogers’ success at home, and the suspicions raised about how he does it.
Nate Silver checks in with his observations from Comerica Park in Detroit.
One of the more unlikely scenarios three weeks ago comes to fruition, as the Cardinals and Tigers meet for all the marbles.
Nate examines how PECOTA matched up with a few other projection systems in 2006.
Nate sizes up the potential playoff rotations, and gives one unexpected squad the top spot.
Nate takes a lesson from Baseball Between the Numbers and examines the 2006 postseason.