Why we don’t use component park factors in TAv.
2012 surprise Aoki joins an on-the-move Hunter and Victorino in this week’s Reaper.
It’s the eve of armageddon and a major league manager controls the fate of the world.
Ben and Sam discuss Edwin Jackson and the rest of the Cubs’ offseason signings and talk about how the specter of draft-pick compensation is affecting some free agents.
Doug wraps up his visual guide to breaking down pitcher deliveries.
Things people said that look less smart in retrospect (and probably didn’t sound that smart at the time).
The Cubs complete their rotation, the Marlins ink Placido Polanco, and A.J. Pierzynski’s career year lands him in Texas.
The Mariners have a tremendous stock of young pitching, giving them a solid base to build around or trade from.
A look at the roller-coaster careers of two former first-rounders.
Grady Sizemore might still have bidders, a pair of former major leaguers are looking to stage comebacks, and Rick Porcello’s suitors are lining up.
Surprises and disappointments from 2012 are covered in this week’s Reaper.
How can we tell whether a player’s performance improved because he did something different or because he had better luck?
And finding it, too. Surprise: it may have involved the Mets.