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  1. The Max Info (TMI)

    The Max Info (TMI)



    The Max Info - TMI

    The Max Info (TMI) blog gives you access to the same information and analysis provided to our on-camera talent, from SportsCenter to Baseball Tonight to the game broadcasts. Contributors will include an all-star team of ESPN researchers and analysts, as well as cutting-edge sabermetricians...

  2. Why the Mariners will be the surprise team

    David Schoenfield

    Here's the deal: It's distinctly possible I am inherently biased. After all, as most of you know, I am a Mariners fan since the days of Ruppert Jones and Danny Meyer and as this recent article at Baseball Prospectus argued, we all tend to overrate ou...

    Blog | April 02, 2014
  3. How do the Yankees get to 95 wins?

    Mark Simon

    Neither David Schoenfield nor Baseball Prospectus' PECOTA projections are bullish on the New York Yankees being an upper-echelon team in 2014. But what if the Yankees win in 2014 like they've spent this past offseason -- at a high volume? Let's...

    Blog | February 13, 2014
  4. What's the best the Mets can be?

    Mark Simon

    Both David Schoenfield and Baseball Prospectus' PECOTA have projected the New York Mets to finish in about the same place they finished last season. They are attempting to be realistic in their assessments. We're going to try another approach -- ...

    Blog | February 09, 2014
  5. Baseball Prospectus projects Mets stats

    Adam Rubin

    Baseball Prospectus' computer-generated projections for the 2014 Mets have been released. Here's a look at those unremarkable PECOTA projections for key players: Travis d'Arnaud .250, 16 HR, 58 RBIs, 489 PA Ike Davis .236, 19 HR, 64 RBIs, 472 PA ...

    Blog | February 05, 2014
  6. Bogaerts, Bradley, Cecchini top BP Sox list

    Gordon Edes

    The highly regarded Baseball Prospectus just came out with its top 10 Red Sox Prospects list, and there are no real surprises. Shortstop Xander Bogaerts, outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and third baseman Garin Cecchini rank as the top three, with two p...

    Blog | January 06, 2014
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  8. Ben Lindbergh on the possibility of machines replacing umpires

    Ben Lindbergh

    Even though the MLB schedule is now computerized, don't expect the guy behind the plate to be replaced anytime soon.

    Story | Conversation | November 08, 2013
  9. A defense of Farrell not walking Jay

    Gordon Edes

    Joe Sheehan, the former Baseball Prospectus star, current Sports Illustrated contributor and publisher of his own on-line newsletter, offered a strong defense of John Farrell's decision not to walk Jon Jay with first base open in the ninth inning Sat...

    Blog | October 27, 2013
  10. Baseball Scout School, Part 4: A Little Less White Space on This ...

    Ben Lindbergh

    Ben Lindbergh, editor-in-chief of Baseball Prospectus, is learning how to be a baseball scout. He is enrolled in MLB's Scout Development Program, where he is getting an education in how to trust his eyes as much as he trusts the numbers. According...

    Blog | October 21, 2013
  11. Best of Grantland Sports Podcast: League of Denial, Detroit Tiger...

    Grantland Network

    Bill Barnwell and Robert Mays give their take on PBS's League of Denial, Jonah Keri talks Tigers with Baseball Prospectus' Paul Sporer, and Men in Blazers discuss Manchester United's win. You can listen to this podcast on the ESPN Podcenter here,...

    Blog | October 12, 2013
  12. Baseball Scout School, Part 3: How to Write a Scouting Report

    Ben Lindbergh

    Ben Lindbergh, editor-in-chief of Baseball Prospectus, is learning how to be a baseball scout. He is enrolled in MLB's Scout Development Program, where he is getting an education in how to trust his eyes as much as he trusts the numbers. You can read...

    Blog | October 11, 2013
  13. Baseball Scout School, Part 2: Rating Beers, Falling in Love With...

    Ben Lindbergh

    Ben Lindbergh, editor-in-chief of Baseball Prospectus, is learning how to be a baseball scout. He is enrolled in MLB's Scout Development Program, where he is getting an education in how to trust his eyes as much as he trusts the numbers. You can read...

    Blog | October 09, 2013
  14. Oakland Athletics success due to player chemistry not metrics -- ...

    Sam Miller

    In ESPN The Magazine's Bay Area Issue, Baseball Prospectus' Sam Miller analyzes team chemistry, how it can actually be measured, and how it deserves much of the credit for the Oakland Athletics' surprising success over the past two seasons.

    Story | Conversation | October 04, 2013
  15. How Concern Over Pitcher Usage Can Actually Give College Coaches ...

    Michael Baumann

    We haven't completely solved baseball, but we've made great strides in the past 100 years. Standards for training, conditioning, and instruction are at an all-time high; the equipment is better and the medical treatment is more advanced; scouts scour...

    Blog | September 09, 2013
  16. Derek Jeter, Adam Everett & Brendan Ryan

    David Schoenfield

    Ben Lindbergh of Baseball Prospectus wrote a tremendous article the other day on Derek Jeter's defense, which has long been a point of contention. As Ben writes, The "best ever" argument is easy. Jeter has the hardware; only four shortstops can top ...

    Blog | August 29, 2013
  17. Be wary of the Oakland Athletics - MLB

    R.J. Anderson

    R.J. Anderson of Baseball Prospectus writes that while the A's boast one of baseball's best records, they shouldn't be considered contenders in the AL. Poor performances against good teams is a reason for this theory.

    Story | Conversation | June 13, 2013
  18. Im Not Colin You a Moran: The Unintended Effect of Slotting in t...

    Michael Baumann

    The Houston Astros are known nowadays for chasing the unorthodox. Their raid on the brain trust of Baseball Prospectus, their tandem starters in the minor leagues, their complete disinterest in competing at the major league level until they've develo...

    Blog | June 03, 2013