Each week, we publish north of 100 posts on our various blogs. With this post, we hope to highlight 10 to 15 of them. You can read more on it here. The links below are color coded — green for FanGraphs, brown for RotoGraphs, purple for NotGraphs, dark red for The Hardball Times and blue for Community.
What Happened To Brian Dozier?, by Scott Strandberg
An excellent breakdown of exactly what has changed for Dozier in the past month.
The Change: Is Matt Shoemaker a Mixed Leaguer?, by Eno Sarris
You don’t always need a great fastball to be relevant.
Trading Scherzer (aka, the Difficulties of Valuing an Ace), by Chad Young
It’s always good to have examples of prospective trades when considering your own wheelings and dealings, and Chad is here to help.
Hopeless Joe Reacts to the End of NotGraphs, by Jeremy Blachman
It’s all Hopeless Joe’s fault.
Introducing InstaGraphs, by Dave Cameron
So far, no GIFs of mediocre curveballs from the Cal League!
The Effects, Or Lack Thereof, Of The New HOF Voting Rules, by Tony Blengino
In a word, the Hall of Fame is having problems.
Lost in the Sun: The Physics of Ballpark Orientation, by David Kagan
One of the most-ignored rules in baseball (and there are plenty of them) gets put into context.
Obsessing Over Perfection, by Neil Weinberg
There are very few walks of life in which there is an explicit definition of perfection.
Rays Fan Still Awaiting Trade Results, by Bradley Woodrum
Surely, the Rays got some more prospects in this deal?
Sonny Gray, Perfecting What Works, by Owen Watson
Hint: It’s his curveball.
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