If there’s something strange, and the data could (explain). Who you gonna call?
There are two major changes coming in baseball, and maybe sooner than you think.
M-SABR graduate advisor Kyle Kumbier takes a thoroughly-researched deep dive into improving the Quality Start.
Co-President Zane Harding analyzes the staying power of 2018’s five biggest breakout stars: Trevor Bauer, Eddie Rosario, Patrick Corbin, J.T. Realmuto, and Matt Chapman.
Sergio Romo is one of the first relievers to ever start both games in the same weekend. He won’t be the last.
Heading into 2018, MLB finds itself in a Golden Age of young talent. Max Brill takes a closer look and identifies the players you will not want to miss!
Club-Friendly Contracts: The Best Players Who Aren’t Cashing In MVP Series Part V: National League Central
(Armando L. Sanchez / Chicago Tribune) by Duncan Wallis This is the fifth installment of a multi-article series about the true value of the best MLB players. Today, we’re looking at the National League Central. For a brief introduction or a… Read More ›
Club-Friendly Contracts: The Best Players Who Aren’t Cashing In MVP Series Part IV: National League East
(Scott Cunningham / Getty Images) by Duncan Wallis This is the fourth installment of a multi-article series about the true value of the best MLB players.
(Kathy Willens / AP) by Patrick Barron Ever wonder why strikeouts are more important for pitchers than for hitters?