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Randal Grichuk's Historic Breakout

Miguel Sano’s raw power blew me away the first time I watched him swing. His rookie season was one of many bright debuts, but no other rookie matched his power by the eye test. 948 more words


The Best Baseball Research of the Past Year

Once again, the Society for American Baseball Research has chosen fifteen (non-ALDLAND) finalists for awards in the areas of contemporary and historical baseball analysis and commentary, and they are holding a public vote to determine the winners. 559 more words


2016 MORPS Baseline Projections

The 2016 MORPS baseline projections are ready.  This is the third year we have provided baselines. These projections use all the models we have put together over the years for projecting player performance.    408 more words


2015 Year in Review

Each year we take a moment to review our projections against the actual season results. First lets look at the team projections.  We definitely missed on the Kansas City Royals and their World Series win.   297 more words


(Blogathon '16) Dan Szymborski: Doughy Nerd Gets A Job

This guest-post is part of the 2016 Baseball Continuum Blogathon For Charity, benefiting the Roswell Park Alliance Foundation. The Roswell Park Alliance Foundation is the charitable arm of Roswell Park Cancer Institute and funds raised will be “put to immediate use to increase the pace from research trials into improved clinical care, to ensure state-of-the-art facilities, and to help improve the quality of life for patients and their families.” … 1,765 more words


Top stats to know: Yoenis Cespedes agrees to deal with New York Mets - Stats & Info- ESPN

The player who helped turn the Mets into a World Series team decided to stay put. Here’s the numerical outlook on what he brought and what he brings. 18 more words