A statistical take on top prospects.
Not one of Tyler Collins’ or Roenis Ellis’ PECOTA comparables was a major leaguer. But Collins, Ellis, and the rest of these unknowns are on MLB rosters today.
Reintroducing long-term projections and UPSIDE scores and welcoming PECOTA percentiles, diagnostics, and comparables to the player cards.
The biggest gaps between 2013 and 2014 pitcher projections.
The biggest gaps between 2013 and 2014 hitter projections.
A look at the players who are just meant to be together.
How to get all of our preseason player projections in one place.
Ben and Sam talk about pitchers, catchers, and PECOTA projections reporting for spring training.
BP begins to roll out its projections and fantasy tools for the 2014 season.
Which players did PECOTA’s five-year forecasts like 10 years ago?
A walkthrough of all the info available on BP’s player cards.
The teams that have outhit and outpitched their projections, or fallen the farthest short.
If everyone on the Astros played to their 90th-percentile projections, and everyone on the Angels played to their 10th-percentile projections, which would win more games?