ZiPS In-Season Projections

The ZiPS in-season projections courtesy of Baseball Think Factory‘s Dan Szymborski are now live on the player pages making the pre-season projections hidden by default.

Remember:

ZiPS (R) – What a player is projected to do the rest of the season.
ZiPS (U) – A player’s full season updated projection.

Updated and Rest of Season ZiPS are also available in the sortable projection area.




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14 Responses to “ZiPS In-Season Projections”

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  1. Yirmiyahu says:

    So, (U) = what already happened + (R) ?

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  2. Rui says:

    Is there anywhere to see preseason projections?

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  3. Sky says:

    Would love a park-adjusted version, or maybe just include wRC+ and ERA-?

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  4. Patrick says:

    Dan Szymborski, Americas favorite Pole!

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  5. Yirmiyahu says:

    Some of these early-season numbers *do* apparently tell us something.

    For instance, Miguel Montero’s hot start has raised his rest-of-season (i.e., true talent level) projection from a .332 wOBA to a .350 wOBA.

    At the other extreme, Carl Crawford has been downgraded from a .374 wOBA player to a .366 wOBA player.

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  6. Blue says:

    Does ZiPS (R) update daily?

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  7. Blue says:

    How are PAs/IPs projected?

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  8. B says:

    Is there any way to view all of the Zips updated sortable stats in one page rather than 10 pages? I know I can download it but I am using an Excel web query to grab the info and it would make it possible to grab the info if it was all on one page. Thanks

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  9. B says:

    Also, do updated season projections account for injuries?

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