A new argument in favor of reviving a long-extinct species.
Extending the quantification of catcher framing to a new frontier.
Extending our research into framing back to 1988.
An attempt to answer the age-old question: Are hitters or pitchers closer to mid-season form early in the year?
Some strategic questions have different answers in September than they do during the rest of the regular season.
Do pitchers get worse at the plate the more time they spend in the minor leagues?
Barry Zito’s performance seems to rise and fall along with his arm angle. But is this correlation or causation?
Max crunches the numbers and comes up with the top 10 catchers of the 2012 season based on overall value both at and behind the plate.
Are pitchers less effective after taking a break between innings? And if so, should teams do anything about it?
Max continues his investigation into how starters and relievers and hard throwers and soft tossers alter their velocity depending on the situation and opponent.