Do teams like the Orioles that excel in one-run games do so out of skill, or have they just gotten lucky?
Closers are unusually erratic when they’re faced with an unexpected save situation, but are they any less effective?
You think you have what it takes to be a major-league manager? In that case, Russell has several assignments for you.
What happens to closers when they don’t know a save situation is coming?
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.