The last years of nine-figure deals.
The future price that each team that improved over the offseason paid.
What fans of the Astros, Twins, Marlins, and Rockies should be hoping happens this season.
Did rooting against Team USA in the WBC make sense?
And you thought the DH debate was divisive.
Assessing the regular-season outlooks for six players who’ve played well this spring.
Gold Glove voting is getting a statistical side. Is that something to celebrate?
How do team employees and consultants handle keeping their work quiet?
Old players are contributing less to teams than they have in years, but a few veterans are bucking the trend.
Our own director of data analysis discusses the past and present of the PITCHf/x, HITf/x and FIELDf/x technology and how it can lead to future breakthroughs.
New York Times sports graphics editor and former coach and scout Joe Ward on the intersection of his two worlds.
Was Arizona’s off-season search for “gritty” players really just a commitment to making more contact?
Are the Pirates on the path to wasting their most valuable asset?