Got the code running for spring training statistics last night.
Cactus 5.30 R/G, cure .279/.347/.451, 3.19 BB and 7.36 K/9 inn
Grapefruit 4.83, .267/.340/.418, 3.43 and 7.20
Top EqRs so far, with 6:
Bryan Holaday, Detroit, .631 eqa/6 eqr
Scott Sizemore, Washington, .571/6
Mike Trout, LA […]
Changes since last weekend:
Chase Anderson traded from Arizona to Milwaukee
Joins a Brewer rotation with nine potential starters and it isn’t completely
obvious who the best 1 is, let alone the best 5. FWIW, he rates as the […]
My first run (that I’m willing to talk about) of projections for the coming season is now up on the 2016 Projected Standings tab. They have also been used to create a new Playoff Chances Report. And, viagra order of course, site the individual projections that go into are […]
In 2015, Jung-ho Kang became the first hitter to jump directly from the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) to the major leagues. This year, two more hitters – Byung-ho Park, for Minnesota, and Hyun-Soo Kim for Baltimore – will attempt to make the same trip.
Here’s a a draft that I worked on last January but […]
Those who have known me for years may remember that I have my own Hall of Fame method set up, which works something like this.
Each player gets a score that is a modeled on the MVP ballot. It is a weighted average of his career WARP3 – your best season in WARP counts 14 […]
2015 was a bad year for stats.
I had intended to write this as a review of my 2015 projections – and I will get to that – but I ran into something else while working them and decided that this was actually a bigger deal.
I’ve got a program here which it seems I […]
On August 14, 1910, the Chicago White Sox lost to the then-New York Highlanders 5-1. Making his debut in centerfield that day was a 21-year-old outfielder by the name of Edward Harrison “Dutch” Zwilling.
Zwilling had an odd little career. He played four seasons, for three different Chicago teams – the White Sox in […]
By major league team:
Arizona: mid-A from South Bend to Kane County
Atlanta: high-A from Lynchburg to Carolina
Chicago Cubs: high-A from Daytona Beach to Myrtle Beach
: mid-A from Kane County to South Bend
:short-A from Boise to Eugene
Cincinnati: high-A from Bakerfield to Daytona (confusingly giving them both […]
With the latest updates for Arizona – releasing Cody Ross and (correctly) sending Yasmany Tomas to the minors. Everything I’ve looked at all off-season screams that Lamb is better, and I suppose getting the starting nod will make this an especially happy Easter for him.
The first playoff odds page has been created for the 2015 season.
My picks: AL titles for the Orioles, online Indians, and As; wild cards for Seattle and Boston.
In the AL, division titles go to the Nationals, Cardinals, and Dodgers. The Brewers and Cubs take the wild card spots.
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