Will Pharo discusses Carlos Beltran in the context of his greatness as a player along with his controversies.
Amidst another chaotic season in Queens, the resurgence of Javier Báez has been one of the few bright spots for the Mets in the second half. Jared Greenspan offers insight into how the dynamic infielder has turned it around, and whether or not he should fit into Steve Cohen’s future plans.
Is Eric Haase an asset worth keeping around in Detroit for the next couple of seasons, or is his sentimental value to the city worth more than his value as a player? Let’s get into some peripherals.
Despite his reputation as a high-contact player, Jeff McNeil hasn’t been able to accomplish that this season. What’s the problem? Jared Greenspan offers his analysis.
Michael Conforto’s always been a streaky hitter, but what’s behind his current slump? Jared Greenspan takes a look.
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.
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.