Archive for March 2012

Josh Sherpardson’s top 100 prospect rankings, updated throughout the year.

The most memorable games played before the emptiest stands.

The last of the stars of tomorrow.

The yearlong series on 1972 Topps continues with a look at a baseball original.

Thoughts on my first year Tout roster.

Mike says: Quit bad-mouthing the free-swingers—or you’ll regret it!

Using z-scores to adjust for differences in talent spread.

How much stock should you put in any one player in a given year?

About a year ago, sometime during John Lackey’s precipitous decline into worthlessness, I started paying attention to an odd phenomenon in which he would lose velocity during games: Here, we can see a clear slope in fastballs thrown over the course of the game. It’s as if there’s some direct, measurable relationship between how many […]

Can Mike Minor deal with right handed hitters in 2012?

Putting some numbers on yesterday’s article

A look at players who are being mis-evaluated by the market.

Taking a look at Dirk Hayhurst’s latest book.

Reggie didn’t go directly from the A’s to the Yankees.

Michael A. Stein of Fantasy Judgment looks at his team.

Tommy John’s still a factor in the major leagues

They traveled over the ocean, in opposite directions, with the same desire to play baseball.