Get a free PDF of the Philadelphia Phillies chapter of Baseball Prospectus 2016, and take a look at some of the features and errata of the new edition.
Ben talks to former Baseball Prospectus editor-in-chief Steven Goldman and Banished to the Pen’s Darius Austin about how Warren Spahn avoided the 1950s Dodgers and what we can learn from the way managers used their pitchers when rotations weren’t rigid.
Which of these two blue-chip third-base prospects is the better long-term fantasy bet?
There Is No Offseason (TINO) is a Baseball Prospectus fantasy podcast focusing exclusively on dynasty and long-term keeper formats.
In the career trajectories of seven (or eight) young(ish) shortstops, we see the volatility of baseball careers at this level.
Exploring the next paradigm shift in baesball analysis.
Evaluating the hot corner for Scoresheet leagues.
Our staff thinks you’d be better off letting someone else draft or buy these players in your leagues this spring.
Can the Redbirds third baseman put it all together to become an elite fantasy asset?
Five years ago, economists found evidence of umpire discrimination based on race. Two new academic papers investigate further.
Stacking up the third sackers for the long haul.
Scanning the senior circuit’s hot-corner menu.
A novel, in one accurate throw from Jered Weaver to Kyle Seager.
Is power a requirement for a first-base prospect?
Taking a deeper dive to identify present and future contributors at the hot corner.