Ben Lindbergh climbs the ranks of BP while Dan Evans becomes a regular contributor.
Chats, Book Tour, Stadium Stops
Baseball Prospectus Day with the Houston Astros
Our new normalization option lets you compare hitters and pitchers to players of the same handedness.
Brewers pitcher Mike Fiers doesn’t throw any harder than we thought he did, but he’s succeeding despite his limitations.
Even though there was no baseball since the last show, this episode packs a punch as the guys interview three of the smartest people they know.
The Blue Jays lock up Edwin Encarnacion’s next 75 home runs/errors
Earlier this week, we talked about what the future of baseball’s national TV contracts might look like. Here’s a glance at their past.
Evaluating the mechanics of the US pitchers in last Sunday’s Futures Game.
Paul examines the two-start pitchers coming out of the All-Star Break.
Samardzija, McAllister, and Karstens go under the microscope in this week’s VP.
Jacoby Ellsbury will be activated… but how long he will stay healthy is anybody’s guess.
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.
The Blue Jays elected to sign Edwin Encarnacion to an extension.