Archive for July 2013

Examines the hidden value of trades in roto scoring, which is the damage you can cause your rivals by strengthening the other opposition.

A memorable 10 years, with players to match

As it is currently calculated, RE24 gives all credit (or blame) for good (or bad) baserunning to the hitter. Maybe that’s not right.

Colby Lewis, Charlie Morton and Avisail Garcia are featured in today’s waiver wire. Oh and a Ryan Braun rant. There’s one of those, too.

From 1986, a Knight-errant forces Davey Johnson to think fast

Adam Wainwright, shockingly, is good. Also, Baltimore and Tampa Bay can pick it.

The latest in the business of baseball.

The promotion of two more prospects proves the Marlins continue to be run without a long-term plan.

The third and final go-round of players without a last name

Just out of the All-Star break, is the season going the way our predictions expected?

Its the first-half review. Chris Sale and James Shields can’t buy a break. The two AL MVP candidates that were good last year are still good.

We’re not quite at the stretch run, but it is time to start chasing down those innings deficits.

Six weeks have passed since the last update, yet the landscape looks remarkably unchanged.

Which clubs have been the most helped and hurt by the end of the bench?

Matt Adams, Wily Peralta take center stage in Week 17

The weekend pitching synopsis is here.

A slightly more detailed answer than just “down low.”

He could block home plate better than anyone. Now he’s trying to put the block on cancer.

Henderson Alvarez and Randall Delgado are featured on today’s Waiver Wire.