Archive for October 2015

Root for your guys, not against theirs.

How the hitter friendly showcase of the league’s best prospects benefits pitchers in the age of pitch counts and innings limits.

Collecting 2015 wind data for every ballpark.

It’s been a long time coming.

A modest proposal to get away from the unfairness of a one-game-and-out in the postseason.

The pitchers who did the most with the fewest pitches.

Once again, we have way more answers than questions.

Not physically, of course, but statistically.

In part two, an examination of the careers and lives of the Astros players who appeared in the book.

The first of two articles that looks back at what became of some of the players from Jim Bouton’s famous Ball Four.

Remembering an old friend and examining how fast balls are going when they reach the stands.

Baseball is important, but it’s rarely — if ever — the most important thing.

Baseball deserves a better system than it currently has.

Laying out a plan to change TV broadcasts of baseball for the better.

Is that leg kick really necessary, sir?

Resourcefulness and creativity keep up with the cycles of sports fashion trends

What broad analysis can tell us about how willing teams are to trade with other teams.

Now that we have the full data from the regular season, how did the 2015 strike zone fare overall?

A brief look at how all 10 playoff teams are pursuing their respective pennants.

Are you the right kind of Red Sox fan?