A summary of some of the best sabermetric articles from the preceding couple weeks
It’s day three in the Cactus League with a trip out to Camelback Ranch to see the White Sox’s digs.
Say buh-bye to Chuck Greenberg, Texas.
A battle between the Indians’ and Cubs’ low-velo righties leaves both teams feeling buoyant.
The A’s top 2009 pick has questions to answer about his upside afield and at the plate.
It has been a busy week around baseball and at Baseball Prospectus, so here’s a look at some stories you might have overlooked.
The Sendai quake has repercussions in the baseball world.
The Red Sox and Nationals get the same treatment as the rest of the league.
Taking stock of each NL Central team’s efforts to turn back the “misery clock” and return to October.
Ned Yost says he wants his first baseman to steal 10 bases in 2011–is that realistic, or insanity?
Which of these surprise 2010 pitchers should you still pay attention to in 2011?
CHIPPER isn’t feeling chipper about the Mets’ chances of avoiding injury, but given their recent history, that comes as little surprise.
Is the majors’ most injury-averse team of 2010 primed for another year of good health?
Quality starts have value, despite the cavils of retrograde thinkers.
A sampling of starting pitchers whose 2010 SIERAs predict better (or worse) times ahead.