What if you could have a metric that accurately describes what a pitcher did while also reliably forecasting the skills that pitcher would bring to the future?
Our advanced pitching metric suggests brighter days ahead for some of these hurlers.
With DRA, solving BABIP–and other reasons to be excited about what we’re measuring.
The Cubs’ pitchers are on a historical DRA-beating pace. Are there some factors that explain why some teams do this?
DRA in depth: Finding a run-expectancy curve that would eliminate the negative DRA.
While it’d be tempting to clickbait Arrieta’s current DRA, we prefer to take a closer look at it.
The extremely detailed dive into this year’s DRA, for the extremely detailed among you.
Deserved Run Average is ready to check in for the 2016 season. This year brings a few fun changes.
A further explanation of the reasons Deserved Run Average is designed as it is and works as it does.
How a mystery that began with R.A. Dickey ended with a new, more precise way of measuring catcher performance.
Opening the black box–which isn’t a black box at all–to illuminate Justin Verlander’s brilliance this year.
And an explanation of random effects vs. fixed effects.
Using DRA to determine 2015’s biggest over- and under-achievers.
Why DRA is the best stat for picking Cy Young Award winners and who those winners should be as of now