Houston is shifting its way to one of the best, most extreme defenses we’ve seen in a long time.
The Shift is dying under an avalanche of walks.
J.D. Martinez and the Red Sox are perhaps less of a perfect match than it seemed, at least on one side of the ball.
If The Shift does more harm than good, why do terms continue to use it so often?
What if we’ve been thinking about The Shift all wrong this entire time?
Are we looking the wrong way at shifts up and down the defensive spectrum?
Ranking every starting third baseman defensively, from worse to best.