When we say that certain stats “stabilize” after a certain point, we don’t mean that they’ll stay stable.
Russell reruns the numbers to determine when hitter stats stabilize.
A former BP author returns from his adventures in baseball consulting with a slightly different perspective on sabermetrics.
Many factors contribute to lengthy games but none more so than the number of pitches.
More research is needed before we can truly know the effects of sleep on player performance.
A player’s sleep hygiene can factor largely in how he performs and develops.
Attempting to assign credit and blame around the diamond when the ball is put into play.
Famed Mudville Nine slugger admits to steroids use during April 1 press conference.
Who is more responsible for a strikeout, the pitcher or the batter?
Hero worship has a large role in how teams are built.
Stephen Strasburg serves the Nationals franchise best starting in the minor leagues.
Getting ahead in the count is not necessarily all it’s cracked up to be.
A closer look at the outstanding performance Florida got from the pen last year.
Here’s what Joe Nathan-ness means to the Twins in 2010.
Putting a big chill on the hot-hand theory of player performance at the plate.