Do really terrible appearances for relievers cloud their long-term outlooks?
Things have changed a lot since 1973 and it’s time to update the arguments.
For which pitchers did a few bad outings color our perception?
The pitcher, not the general manager. (They’re the same guy.)
How Jeffrey Loria undermines baseball ownership.
It turns out that 1988 was more than the year of Kirk Gibson’s home run and the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Combating a receding menace.
PECOTA and Las Vegas don’t always see eye to eye, but what if one is watching the other?
How the NL’s fifth-worst offense in 2015 became its third-best offense in 2016.
What’s going on in Milwaukee?
Can organizations even make New Year’s resolutions?
Using our new pitching metrics to measure improved command.
Using our new pitching metrics to ask new questions.