After an anti-climactic title defense, the Nationals have their sights set on contending again in 2021. But will they be able to make a playoff push in a loaded National League?
How will a Bryce-less Nationals fare in a newly invigorated NL East? Max Smith has some thoughts.
After a disappointing 2018, Max Smith previews how the Angels may yet sneak into the playoffs
In its triumphant 2018 return, the M-Sabermetric All-Star series dives into all things plate discipline, highlighting the MLB positional leaders in O-Swing%.
Today we continue our off-season preview series with a look at the NL East, which has the potential for a number of interesting moves before the 2019 season. Here, we discuss how the Mets might actually have a chance at competing (don’t hold your breath) and how the Braves will look for another NL East title. The Phillies and that Gabe Kapler guy are looking pretty interesting, too.
National League Max and Zane tackle the 2018 All-Star rosters, disregarding all Staff input as per usual, and oftentimes rebuking the actual rosters. Stats as of July 9, 2018. Max: The rosters have been released and since we vehemently disagree… Read More ›
M-SABR Co-Presidents Max and Zane tackle the 2018 AL All-Star roster, disregarding all staff input as per usual.
The Nationals have heated up with a recent 13-2 stretch, but the players leading that charge are not the ones you’d expect.
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!