- Yankees Look to Mix it Up with D.J. Mitchell
With the big league pitching staff under performing, the New York Yankees front office has been forced to shake things up. In the upheaval, minor league starter D.J. Mitchell finds himself added
- Video: He's the DJ, I'm the Mayor
, but rather Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter. The man next to him, on the ones and twos, is DJ Jazzy Jeff, who once combined with the Fresh Prince (a.k.a. Will Smith) to sing the songs of our lives
- Using High-A Stats to Predict Future Performance
- How Telling are a Teenager's A-ball Stats?
Josh Van Meter
There are some highly
- KATOH Projections for the Top 200 Prospects
- Kevin Mitchell Is Here to Help
that. But in the unlikely event that someone does need to take back the streets, may I humbly suggest that Kevin Mitchell be deputized posthaste?
- DJ Kitty Is Here to Help
at the office, at the gym and in the bedroom is not lost on the Tampa Bay Rays, who have hereby put the "wild" and the "card" into "wild card." Please ready an awkward fist-bump for DJ Kitty
- Annyong, DJ Kitty
nominated for Best Movie
in a bus
in South Korea.
a paw to my lips
- Kicking Rocks: Mitchell Friedman?
playing with third graders who have no understanding of this beloved game.
Ban the head to head format in fantasy baseball. Mitchell Friedman does not deserve a ring.
- Poll: Mitchell Boggs and Persian Cats
This is St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Mitchell Boggs:
Like many a reader or writer of NotGraphs, I'm a fan of wacky facial hair, and this here beard-thing is pretty bitchin'.
You know what
- Mitchell Boggs and Other Pen Randoms
Mitchell Boggs STL
With his next inning pitched, Boggs will record his 100th MLB inning. That should be an exciting, if ultimately irrelevant round number achievement. Boggs was previously
- Mitchell Boggs: Fantasy Closer Update
reclaiming his job. But what about the guy that replaced him?
After a few days of speculation, Tony LaRussa confirmed to us that Mitchell Boggs is first in line for saves during Franklin's (possibly
- Chris Mitchell on KATOH and Forecasting Prospects
Just before the start of the new year, Chris Mitchell published at The Hardball Times some expanded results from his work on KATOH, the name he's given to a methodology for estimating not only
- The Rockies Infield - The DJ LeMahieu Show!
, and 2014 was a great story. However, there are plenty of red (or at least yellow) flags regarding his batting average, and he hasn’t really hit for power since 2010.
- KATOH Projections for Prospects 143-200
- KATOH's Top 200 Prospect List
- Dalton Pompey: Center Fielder of the Present?
- Attempting to Forecast Yoan Moncada Statistically
- Making Sense of Ozhaino Albies' Awesome Pro Debut
- Don't Worry about Robert Stephenson's Terrible 2014
- Eddie Butler's Concerning Strikeout Numbers
- Joey Gallo's Strikeouts Shouldn't Alarm You
- Miguel Castro, Roberto Osuna and the A-Ball Jump
- Examining the Young Zack Wheeler Replacements
- KATOH's Organizational Rankings
- On Terrance Gore's Upside
- Steven Souza: The 26-year-old Rookie
- Devon Travis Gets His Shot in Toronto
- Weighing Javier Baez's Terrible MLB Debut
- Meet Odubel Herrera: The Phillies Opening Day Center Fielder
- Using Zone% to Find Breakout Minor Leaguers
- A Look at the Prospects in the Craig Kimbrel Trade
- What to Make of Mookie Betts
- Richard Shaffer and Detecting Improvement
- Don't Get Too Excited About Mark Canha
- What if Russell Wilson had Stuck with Baseball?
- Projecting Kris Bryant
- Projecting Addison Russell
- Ready or Not, Kevin Plawecki's a Big Leaguer
- On Orlando Arcia's Lack of Power
- How Much Work are AL Starters Doing, and What Difference Has It Made in Team Success?
- Using low-A Stats to Predict Future Performance
- Using Double-A Stats to Predict Future Performance
- Using Triple-A Stats to Predict Future Performance
- Using Rookie League Stats to Predict Future Performance
- Using Short-Season A Stats to Predict Future Performance
- Applying KATOH to Historical Prospects
- What Types of Hitters Have Large Platoon Splits?
- Searching for the Existence of Team Clutch as a Repeatable Skill
- Why Haven't the A's had Any Good Pitch-Framers?
- Brandon Moss has Become a Little Too Patient
- How Brett Gardner's Plate Discipline Made Him Great
- Corey Dickerson Doesn't Care About Your Stupid Strike Zone
- Could It Be Time to Update WAR's Positional Adjustments?
- Response to "A Nice Problem to Have"
- Finding Comps for Brandon Finnegan Using PITCHf/x