Ryan Jafri’s debut article for M-SABR discusses contract/production imbalances in MLB through the lens of Mike Trout’s monster deal.
M-SABR gets their first player interview in the books. William Gregory speaks with AAA outfielder Wynton Bernard.
Jack Kruger takes a look at the intriguing 2017 MLB Draft class, giving his thoughts on how these players appeared to be on Draft Day, and how they eventually turned out.
After several years of rebuilding, the Tigers’s young prospects are finally making their debuts. But what do we make of a transitional year like 2021?
Zachary Betron analyzes the new additions the free-spending Padres made this offseason, and predicts whether or not it’ll be enough to win the NL West.
With shifts becoming more extreme and more commonplace throughout MLB, we set out to create an algorithm to make them more effective.
They have the star power. They have Joe Girardi. Do they have what it takes to make a postseason run?
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:
Armed with one year’s worth of hindsight, M-SABR’s Yuki Mori grades the extensions signed in the 2018 offseason.
M-SABR graduate advisor Kyle Kumbier is back at it again. See his improved pitching statistics in action as he reflects on the 2018 season.