Defensive sabermetrics might be a notoriously imperfect science that lag behind their offensive counterparts, but that doesn’t mean throwing together some stats, some videos, and some passionate M-SABR writers won’t result in an excellent Gold Glove Preview. Stay tuned for… Read More ›
Machado was the best player moved at the trade deadline, but does he win the title of best trade acquisition?
Hicks finished the season setting new career highs in almost every category. 2018 was also the first season in his career in which Hicks qualified for the batting title. He finished in the top 15 in the American League in runs, home runs, walks, OBP, wRC+, and fWAR. He was arguably the second-best center fielder in baseball this year (second only to Mike Trout, of course).
M-SABR’s Felipe Zwanzger takes an early look at the 2018-2019 offseason and offers his predictions for the upcoming class of free agents.
Recently, M-SABR had the chance to speak with Ken Davidoff. We discussed topics ranging from 2019 MLB Free Agency to the NL MVP race. Ken Davidoff has been a baseball columnist for the New York Post since 2012. He attended the University of Michigan, graduating in 1993.
Good thing the season’s over and I don’t have to worry about this roster until March. Until then, I just have to wait. And then after that, I’ll have to wait a little more. Still, though, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Yes—an article about a non-Jacob deGrom Met. Max Brill highlights an under the radar breakout season from Brandon Nimmo.
Last year’s under-the-radar MVP candidate is having another incredible season, but he’s still not getting the credit he deserves