In a shortened 2020 season, the Yankees have one of their best teams in recent memory. Can they overcome the injury bug and reach the Fall Classic?
Opening Day is finally here! Simon Fettig walks us through what to expect from the defending champs’ shortened season
M-SABR graduate advisor Kyle Kumbier takes a thoroughly-researched deep dive into improving the Quality Start.
While the Mets as a franchise, historically, are a bit of a joke, they are coming off a solid season. How can they compete in a hectic 2020 season?
Entropy is unavoidable. In a world as disordered as ours, some stars will inevitably underperform their 2019 seasons. Here are a few to keep in mind:
After a subpar 2019, the Tigers have raided a division rival’s infield and are preparing for another rebuilding year.
After a disappointing NLCS finish to a strong 2019, can the Cardinals defend their position on top of the NL Central?
Ketel Marte transformed himself from a fairly average MLB starter in 2018 into a legitimate MVP candidate in 2019. Marte made many improvements that led to a massive fWAR jump from 2.6 last year to 7.1 this year. On an… Read More ›
After a disappointing 2019, M-SABR’s Robert Banas looks at how it all happened.
Baseball and its media have a strange fixation on focusing on things they deem are “best.” It’s elitist and downright gross. Who is the “best” player? Which is the “best” team? And what are the “best” ideas for articles? Luckily, the Gallardo Awards are none of those things.