All but written off at the beginning of the season, Peraza has become a key piece in the Reds crowded infield
A couple years ago, using the baseball management sim Out of the Park Baseball, I showed that a team of 25 Phil Cokes would be absolutely terrible if they played a full season in the major leagues. That’s not exactly… Read More ›
With Opening Day only two days away, M-SABR staff members share their Playoff and, most importantly, World Series predictions. We hope you like the Yankees!
Photo: John Minchillo / Associated Press Cincinnati Reds by Cam Cain 2017 Record: 68-94 (5th NL Central) 2017 Payroll: $115,323,803 (24th) Projected 2018 Lineup: All player projections for 2018 from Steamer CF Billy Hamilton, .242 AVG/.303 OBP/.345 SLG, 1.2 WAR… Read More ›
Photo: Keith Allison/Flickr As winter draws to a close, temperatures rise—Ann Arbor aside—and the sweet sounds of bats hitting balls emanate from Florida and Arizona, echoing around the country, it can only mean one thing: Baseball is (almost) back! Pitchers… Read More ›
Does Mike Trout have a chance to be the GOAT? Cam Cain takes another OOTP deep dive and discovers that the answer to that question in the Pecos League is a resounding yes.
Could one player lead the worst team of all time to glory?
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?
(Photo: Joe Nicholson / USA Today Sports) Can the Padres’ Pitcher/Catcher carry a team by playing every position? Spoiler: No