Do teams that stick together win together more often than high-turnover teams?
Russell searches for a fact-based alternative to the Verducci Effect.
How one might go about quantifying the heretofore unquantifiable.
The final word on whether the popular theory holds water or is fatally flawed.
If it doesn’t make sense to call for pitchouts, why do major-league managers keep doing it?
Veteran players are often perceived to have a positive effect on their younger teammates, but can we see it in the stats?
What the voting results tell us about the 10-player limit, the electorate’s feelings about PED use, and the public/private-ballot split.
Even a “polished” teenage prospect has years of crucial neurological development ahead of him.
Russell proposes a simple solution that might resolve the DH debate to everyone’s satisfaction.