The 2013 season is barely over, but work on the 2014 season is well under way. Last season, I rolled out Total Run Index (TRI) for the first time on this site. Now, I am in full offseason mode where I am working on compiling the data for 2014. Some
Welcome back to the Week 22 edition of fantasy baseball 3×3, where we’re running with Rajai Davis, sticking with Gerrit Cole, and leaving David Freese out in the cold.
I ran a series like this a couple of months ago. It’s time to take another look at this key statistic and what it means for your fantasy team. Last time, we took a look at how your fantasy draft went in comparison with performance. With the season winding down
Jason Castro first flew onto my radar after I read a piece predicting his breakout at Beyond the Boxscore. I bookmarked it just to check back on it at the end of the season to see how they did. Plenty of people do bold predictions lists, but this one seemed
The Houston Astros may strike out nearly 25% of the time and have performances where they are laughably bad. However, instead of being a league worst offense they way they have for the last several years, they rank 19th in total runs scored and 16th in team ISO. There are
Everyone’s draft has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the analysis needs to end. In fact, looking back on the drafts this year can give us insight into what the various players in our league were thinking and are thinking about certain players and types of players. I will
Leave it to our readers to give us the best article ideas. Someone read my article on the platoon advantage and reached out to me via Twitter. He asked if I had a listing of which players had the biggest splits. Of course, I didn’t because I hadn’t bothered with