(Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times) by Max Brill There are a variety of ways I could go with this post, mostly because there are so many reasons that Edgar Martinez should be in the Hall of Fame, and it’s… Read More ›
by Cam Cain, Matthew Kikkert, Connor Stemme, Max Brill, Jack Gioffre, and Max Smith Though it no longer arbitrarily decides home field advantage for the World Series, it’s hard not to love the All-Star Game. From newcomers off to a… Read More ›
(Keith Allison / Flickr) This is the first installment of the State of Defensive Sabermetrics article series, where we break down some lesser-known statistics associated with the defensive side of the game. We hope to evaluate the robustness of these… Read More ›
(Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) We’ve finally made it.
(Houston Astros) Justin Verlander is a future Hall of Famer. In the past ten years, no one has pulled off playoff heroics quite like JV. Whether it’s his seven 10 K performances in the postseason (no one else has more than… Read More ›
(Getty Images) The Astros and Yankees kicked off the American League Championship Series last night, as Dallas Keuchel and Masahiro Tanaka and, well, the stats from yesterday’s article predicted that game pretty well. Today, the Dodgers and Cubs will begin the… Read More ›
It’s Phil Coke’s world, and we’re all just living in it.
Photo credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports As we all know, Mike Trout is the best player in the major leagues, but how well would he fare in the Far East?