Who has the biggest gaps between their preseason and rest-of-season projections?
In 2000, when Alex Rodriguez was a free agent, Scott Boras did something amazing that we just don’t appreciate enough.
The staff is either surprised, excited or just amused by these outputs from PECOTA’s crystal ball.
Can the uncertainty in a player’s projections be projected?
A look at how to avoid allowing biases to influence your projections.
Ben and Sam identify the players who’ve most overperformed or underperformed their PECOTAs and discuss what they’ll do next.
Why predicting player breakouts is more important than minimizing error.
Does PECOTA love catching prospects? And if so, which ones?
There Is No Offseason is a podcast that focuses exclusively on dynasty and long-term keeper formats. We talk major leagues, minor leagues and we never miss an opportunity to take a jab at Craig.
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.
Have we been underrating big-market, high-payroll teams?
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?
Asking questions about PECOTA’s projections, and explaining what the system thinks is in store for Bryce Harper.