Archive for the 'Predictions' Category

Looking at starting pitcher value through the lens of an expected wins formula

Things look about right so far, though there are a few unexpected twists.

Why wait until the season’s over to find out baseball’s major award winners when we’ll tell you now?

Ten teams’ seasons will just be heating up, while the rest will be left out in the cold.

No Pujols, no La Russa, no problem.

What does 2012 hold for the South Side squad?

Could he be a useful pitcher for some team again?

How Yu Darvish’s performance in Japan can be translated into major league expectations.

An attempt to figure out what the BBWAA will do from 2013-15.

For the fifth year, Chris predicts the BBWAA Hall of Fame vote.

Before Cooperstown’s VC meets on Dec. 4-5, Chris tries to figure out what it will do.

St. Louis’ offseason boils down to one huge decision

The Cards’ epic comeback succeeds, but they’ll be underdogs.

What kind of player will the much-praised rookie turn out to be?

Who has played well and who can sustain it.

Please, please, it is mean reversion.

A simple formula to assess how much a pitcher’s ERA can be affected by his BABIP fluctuations

The Giants stunned everyone by running the table in 2010. With the element of surprise now eliminated, can they repeat in 2011?

After months of waiting and wondering, our staff takes a guess at what’s in store for 2011.

What are some things to look out for with the 2011 South Side Sox?