We’re finally days away from Spring Training. Soon enough, the waiting will be over and we’ll be able to watch REAL LIVE BASEBALL (shameless plug time: if you’re in the NYC metro area, you should totally come to this). But, before we get to that, let’s take another look at some run scoring [...]
I’d been meaning to do this post for a while, and I thought it’d be interesting to take a look at how the Yankee starting lineup is doing compared to their preseason projections.
Prior to the season I averaged the projections of the six major systems — Bill James, CAIRO, Oliver, Marcel, PECOTA and [...]
Today we arrive at the American League preview that many of you are probably the most eager for: the 2011 Boston Red Sox.
Despite a series of injuries so vast many considered the team dead in the water when the news finally broke in August that Kevin Youkilis would miss the rest of [...]
“We’ll continue to talk about our lineup and how guys fit in,” Girardi said. “Right now we don’t expect a ton of changes. We’ve talked about some things internally that we might try to do. I don’t [...]
Tango’s 2011 Marcel projections are here! Only, if you’re a Yankee fan, they may make you want to crawl into a deep, dark hole somewhere.
Thus far this offseason we’ve been treated to three projection systems: Bill James‘ came out first, [...]
Matt’s working on a Carl Crawford post of his own, but in the interim I’d like to weigh in with a couple of notes on Crawford’s 7-year, $142 million deal with the Boston Red Sox.
- For starters, while Carl Crawford is an admittedly dynamic and [...]
Unsurprisingly they’re more conservative than Bill James‘ projections, although in most cases not dramatically so, except for Jesus Montero.
As discussed last week, [...]
Not quite sure how I missed this, but Fangraphs added the 2011 Bill James projections on Monday. In the vast wasteland of offseason nothingness that has enveloped my baseball-obsessed soul, this is like manna from heaven.
This will be the first in what [...]
Yesterday Mike tackled what Brett Gardner’s defense might bring to the Yankees in 2010. Given that a Johnny Damon reunion is now all-but-impossible unless ownership goes against its word that they only have $2 million left to spend, I wanted to take a quick look at how many [...]
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