If you’re looking to evaluate a pitcher’s expected contribution compared to league average and get a good idea of how they’ll perform in the future, DRA- is the tool for you.
I’ve been playing fantasy baseball for such a long time that I can remember when FIP and BABIP were both a Really Big Deal. It seems difficult to believe now but a few short years ago, fantasy analysts would simply utter a pitcher’s FIP and this was considered valid shorthand for player performance. BABIP didn’t…
DRA is ready to go for 2018, with several prominent innovations.
DRA, examined through the lens of MLB’s surprising ERA leader.
Improvement on his fastball and curveball, and excellent location spotting no matter the type of pitch, put Biagini in position to succeed. The Jays have given him an opportunity to start and he’s running with it.
He has posted a 1.13 ERA in four starts for the Brewers. Will this success sustain?
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?