Archive for the 'FanGraphs Featured' Category

For some players, the yips may not be an entirely mental condition.

A six-month experiment reveals the magnitude of its preferential–and prejudicial–treatment.

When the wind blows in Atlanta, what will it do the baseballs in the new stadium?

Keith Law’s new book is a comprehensive guide of the past, present and future of baseball statistics.

Updating an old prediction with new data to determine how a cigar container will work in the desert.

The game comes alive in ways both comfortable and un-comfortable in Fowles’ new book.

Win Probability Added is a great metric, but we can improve upon it.

Opening Day can nourish a baseball fan for weeks or even months to come.

Your favorite team is (isn’t) running like a wild deer in the spring. Here’s a look at what it means for your fantasy draft.

Can small sample sizes actually tell us something significant about players’ performance?

With the recent home run explosion, it’s OK to wait a little longer for starting pitching.

These unheralded pitchers can sometimes make all the difference in the world.

The 2016 season saw an epic power spike. Does it give us any lessons for this season?

Part 2 of our all-world team takes a look at the starting lineup.

The Negro Leagues Grave Marker Project is helping remember those who should not be forgotten.

For the first time online, here is Gerald’s essay from THT 2017.

As the game has changed, so too has the way we write about it.

For the first time online, here is Dan’s essay from THT 2017.

The minor league broadcasting ranks can be a road to nowhere.