The Cubs find their NLDS Game Three starter.
Brett and Sahadev talk a lack of movement in the offseason, the Cubs bullpen, and more
After a rough 2014 debut, Javier Baez was tasked with making some significant adjustments.
Brett and Sahadev talk Star Wars, Cubs pitching needs, and get into Sahadev’s youth.
“You cannot innovate based on data because by definition data doesn’t exist yet.”
Understanding baseball executives’ end user, or: No one ever asked for an iPhone.
Design thinking can help teams differentiate themselves in baseball’s post-information asymmetry world.
If you thought the Cubs were good this year, imagine adding Greinke or Price to the rotation.
Brett and Sahadev talk about the World Series, contact, Alex Gordon, and the first Cubs offseason rumor.
There are many aspects the Cubs can improve upon, but contact may help take them to another level.
It’s time to wrap up a wonderful, yet bittersweet, 2015 season for the Chicago Cubs.
The Cubs’ best player was, in many ways, their biggest liability in October. What’s it mean for him next year?
Three old men are going to the World Series.
The Mets took advantage of the Cubs’ inability to hold runners. Why is this such an issue for them and how are they combating it?
When Schwarber switch-hits, no beans are safe.