Archive for February 2013

We appointed a few of our friends to help us draft 27 players each. Here is part three of the analysis.

It’s Black History Month, a perfect time to examine a link between civil rights, baseball and tragedy.

We appointed a few of our friends to help us draft 27 players each. Here is part two of the analysis.

The weighty matter of big ballplayers.

Sure, the basic idea is that the best players go in more quickly. But is it that simple?

What can 2012’s super-rookie possibly do for an encore?

We appointed a few of our friends to help us draft 27 players each. Here is part one of the analysis.

The latest in the business of baseball.

Giants slugger is allowed back in the United States, but what can we expect after three years away from minor league competition?

Which recently established pitching records are likely to stand the test of time?

Should Victor Martinez be eligible at catcher this season after missing 2012?

Of my Dad and of projecting baseball performance. Here, I put the two in the same sentence.

The rest of last year’s stranger moments.

A look back at his ball and strike tendencies from 2007-2012.

Examining evolving baserunner habits, specifically when advancing from first base to third.

Follow a journey that took a man from drug addict to hero.

A quick history of unorthodoxy in Boston

This week Richard moves forward into the future and presents the best team of the teens.

There are limits to everything, even in sabermetrics

Should ERA estimators be a reflection of “true talent” level or be the most effective predictor of future ERA?