William Gregory analyzes how the San Francisco Giants will move on from several key contributors after an iconic 2021 season.
Daniel Mueller writes about a Los Angeles Dodgers team that may not have the endless depth that they have had over the past half decade, even with the addition of Freddie Freeman.
Andrew Beaudoin offers the deepest analysis we’ve published thus far in his Colorado Rockies preview. It’s good thing, too. A lot of people want to figure out what’s going on in Denver.
Matthew Sussman writes about the Milwaukee Brewers and their interesting path to the playoffs in 2022.
Ilyas Adnane analyzes the Chicago Cubs to see if their new, young talent will be enough to replace the old core’s production in the third preview for the NL Central.
Jared Greenspan returns to M-SABR to discuss the New York Mets’ offseason acquisitions, and shares how he thinks they’ll do in 2022.
Daniel Mueller shares his opinion on why he thinks the Seattle are ready to take a step forward, even though it seems their projected record might not look like it.
Will the Angels finally take the next step and avoid wasting the primes of their two preeminent talents? Daniel Schultz discusses one of the more interesting teams in MLB.
Nolan Bruce talks about the Houston Astros’ upcoming season. How will they keep on chugging? Check it out to find out.
Daniel Korach tries to figure out what kind of baseball South Siders will see in 2022 for the Chicago White Sox season preview.
Daniel Pardi’s second season preview is one about his hometown Detroit Tigers. Can AJ Hinch and company keep rising? Or was last season a flash in the pan?
Abbi Pelky writes about the interesting moves the Minnesota Twins made this offseason and what their playoff chances are for 2022.
What’s going on in Baltimore? Jack Kruger discusses the O’s unsatisfying open to the 2020’s.
Ben Poon returns to write about the New York Yankees season outlook. He predicted the Yankees would make the playoffs last year. What about this year?
Lucas Szentgyorgyi takes an interesting dive into the surging Toronto Blue Jays. Are they legit?
Daniel Pardi shares his take on a Rays team that is consistently the most interesting organization in baseball. Tampa Bay now gets to enjoy a full season from some guy named Wander Franco.
M-SABR is back, baby. In the last article posted before the 2022 Season Previews, the M-SABR writing team takes a stab at what players’ contracts they think will age the worst. Is it injury related decline? Was this player’s defining season a fluke? Are they too ancient? Is it just a hunch? Check it out to find out.
Will Pharo discusses Carlos Beltran in the context of his greatness as a player along with his controversies.
M-SABR releases their second All Star team, and this time it’s all about MLB’s flamethrowers. Find out who threw the highest percentage of fastballs in 2021.
Can a team of all elite baserunners contend for a World Series? M-SABR All-Stars returns in 2022 to answer that question.
Who will outperform expectations in 2022? M-SABR’s new team of writers for 2022 make their guesses.
Barry Bonds? No. John Olerud? Yes.
Here’s who William Gregory thinks the Today’s Game committee will look at for Cooperstown induction this Fall.
The Orioles have been ostracized ever since their rebuild phase began, so much so that many suggested that they get expelled or relegated. But what happens if they do and play a season in the NPB? William Gregory examines.
With shifts becoming more extreme and more commonplace throughout MLB, we set out to create an algorithm to make them more effective.
M-SABR graduate advisor Kyle Kumbier takes a thoroughly-researched deep dive into improving the Quality Start.
Does Mike Trout have a chance to be the GOAT? Cam Cain takes another OOTP deep dive and discovers that the answer to that question in the Pecos League is a resounding yes.
William Gregory pens M-SABR’s last 2022 preview a bit later than needed. However, the Diamondbacks still prove to be interesting.
Devon Stein writes his second preview of this year. This time it’s about the San Diego Padres.
Jack Kruger previews the Pittsburgh Pirates. In a division full of question marks, the Buccos might be the biggest one.
William Gregory really does not like what he saw from the Reds this offseason. Visualize his frustration in Cincinnati’s 2022 Season Preview.