Archive for May 2011

Surprise! They’re playing the games on the field again, not on paper and prognostications.

An explanation of xWHIP and eFIP and the leader boards for all starting pitchers through May 28.

Why did the hapless Phillies stay in Philadelphia and the history-rich Athletics move? William D. Cox.

Introducing Yoshinori Tateyama. Also, east coast bias from a Midwesterner!

My goodbye post to THT readers.

This week Waiver Wire unveils a new wrinkle in addition to highlighting under-owned players.

With the Diamondbacks performing better than expected we look at the team’s top two pitchers. Which is better?

So what’s a symposium? It’s more fun than you might think.

Two prospects to grab now, and some vets who can play roles for you.

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

Just a few starters can lead to disaster

On May 23, 2008, Richard went to his first game at Coors Field. Today, he writes about the park’s history.

The man Ethier was chasing

Contrasting Norris and his clone, Brandon Morrow

New Toon Thursday visits Flushing yet again

Can we find any real information in home run waiting periods?

Persuasive arguments to augment a player’s value that sound true, but are most likely false

The latest in the business of baseball.

Insight into the thought processes of players at various benchmarks of their daily fantasy careers.

Michael A. Stein, Esq. of Fantasy Judgment argues that fantasy baseball has a golden opportunity to step up and save the fantasy sports industry in the event there is no NFL season in 2011.