Nate has noticed something fishy about pitchers who participated in the WBC.
Nate takes a look at a player who PECOTA may be undervaluing.
Nate wonders about an overflow effect in two-team markets, and finds some surprising results.
PECOTA projects the standings for the upcoming season, and Nate chimes in on where he thinks it has erred.
Nate wonders if there’s still more to be learned when it comes to considering replacement level talent.
Nate takes a closer look at plate discipline, wondering how to best measure and describe it.
Nate finishes up his PECOTA-driven look at prospects with a few rankings, and some final thoughts.
Nate turns to PECOTA’s analysis of young pitchers.
A talented writer with a fresh perspective on player development joins the staff.
A closer look at the validity of one of BP’s best-known theories.
PECOTA now turns its attention to the best infield prospects in the game.
Nate continues his PECOTA-based prospect evaluation by looking at young first basemen and outfielders.
Nate introduces a method of evaluating prospects with PECOTA, and begins his tour around the minors by examining the most promising young catchers.
The Marlins are undertaking another fire sale, but as Nate argues, this one can be justified by the numbers.
Where does Monday’s NLCS Game Five rank among recent postseason comebacks?