Archive for December 2009

Division rivals Florida and New York battle it out for prospect supremacy.

After a surprisingly productive 2009, what can we realistically expect from Nolan Reimold in 2010?

Harry tests his bias, and likes the results. Mostly.

The development of a baseball worldview.

MGL returns to finish his exploration of the age-old question.

A review of the game we’ve all grown to love.

When looking for a pitcher in 2010 there might not be a bigger sleeper than Ricky Nolasco.

A reflective look back on the year that was.

Waiver Wire Offseason doesn’t stop working, even on Christmas Day! For your gift, we continue with a trio of young outfielders: Dexter Fowler, Jordan Schafer and Andrew McCutchen.

Tulo put up quite the season in 2009. But, with 2008 a recent memory, can fantasy owners trust his latest performance?

The latest in the business of baseball.

A case study with A.J. Burnett

Will Harden’s relationship with the worm burner change in Texas?

The fantasy fallout on how the pending signing of Coco Crisp to the A’s will shake things up.

Why the Bill James projections just seem optimistic.

MGL takes an in-depth look at an age-old question.

Some “proposals” are even worse than the movie

Chris looks at the history of firing managers in midseason.

Exploring the game-calling differences between Yankees catchers when C.C Sabathia is on the mound.

A second look at scoring bias.