A recap of the January 29, 2011 Baseball Prospectus SABR Day event at Foley’s NY.
The Rangers’ closer changes his mind and says he wants to be in the starting rotation.
A listing of recent depth chart playing time changes, plus we’ve added an email address dedicated to depth chart-related news. As news rolls out of spring training, send us your tips, including a link.
Why you need more than just numbers to get an edge in fantasy baseball.
Some Jays players got overly attached to the DL in 2010, but new faces may bring greater health this season.
UCLA’s tremendous duo can deal, but how will they do after they’re picked in June?
His baseball card was more memorable than his career, but that was only part of the mystery.
Reviewing the weekend by looking at players in the midst of improving their draft stock or timetable to the big leagues.
Chipper’s forecasting namesake meets its maker, and it doesn’t like his chances.
Michael looks at first base battles for both Los Angeles teams, along with hot corner possibilities in Texas if Adrian Beltre’s calf injury lingers.
Dusty Baker and his squad say their 2010 division title was no fluke.
Should we expect better things ahead for players who report to Spring Training in the proverbial best shape of their lives?
In the Nationals’ and Orioles’ battle for the local fan base, the team that blinks first may stand to gain the most.
A rare Boston appearances for Jay, and more!