After a few years in the fold, one of our own moves on.
Spinning off of Keith Woolner’s work, James Click proffers more questions for analysts to answer in 2006.
James looks at two unanswered–and unrelated–questions in today’s 2-for-1 special.
James recaps the 2005 season by revisiting some of his predictions from the Spring.
James discusses the curious practice of teams acquiring what they already have, and wonders about the notion of Replacement Value in the process.
James adjusts the way we present information to see if there’s anything useful to be learned.
James takes a look at the crazy offseason market for relievers to see if there’s anything we can learn about reliever consistency.
A look at some of the more unjustified uses of MVP votes in recent memory.
James looks back at last winter’s free agents to see what he can learn about this winter’s relative scarcity of quality players.