For those Yankeeist followers who don’t have a BP subscription, PECOTA has been updated yet again. Previously BP had taken flack because the site projected the Yankees to miss the playoffs. The site managers reacted to the criticism, reviewed the numbers, and put the Yankees in a 1st place tie with the Red Sox. [...]
SG’s 2010 CAIRO MLB standings projections were released last week. This made everything right with the Yankee Universe. CAIRO has the pinstripes smoking the field, cruising to 102 wins, with all of baseball in the rearview mirror. The sound you heard was the entire Yankee fan base smirking, drooling for the season to [...]
The other day, Baseball Prospectus released its PECOTA projected standings for 2010 and, needless to say, Yankee fans were not pleased to see their beloved Bombers penciled in for third place (despite an impressive 93-69 record). However, as SG at Replacement Level Yankee pointed out upon PECOTA’s release, the numbers involved to construct [...]
Despite being a mere one game back in the Wild Card race, PECOTA only gives the Rangers an 8% chance of winning the wild card and a 13% chance overall of making the playoffs.
One of the various reasons given when people pick the Yankees to finish out of the money in 2009 is that their defense is bad. Like the claim that the Yankees bullpen is weak, this claim has no factual or statistical support. ESPN posted two articles on defense today, with the first touching on [...]
From the WGS Red Sox blog comes the 2009 PECOTA projected standings. PECOTA predicts that three AL teams will win over 90 games. The problem is, all three teams are in the AL East, as you could make a strong argument that the three best teams in all of baseball are Boston, New York, [...]
In their latest article special to ESPN, Baseball Prospectus analyzed some of the major holes that face some of the contending teams in 2009. Regarding the Yankees, they pointed to the catcher position:
Long a vital cog in the Yankee offense, Posada was limited to just 51 games last year, and just 30 behind [...]
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