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  1. BP: Filling five problematic positions

    Christina Kahrl, Baseball Prospectus

    You don't always have to settle for a patch -- sometimes it pays to go with a whole new suit. Take the Astros' predicament while Lance Berkman was out. Pedro Feliz or Geoff Blum at first base -- what were the Astros thinking? Their hands were somewha...

    Blog | April 21, 2010
  2. BP: More black hole positions

    Christina Kahrl, Baseball Prospectus

    As Jerry Crasnick notes today, there are just some positions that teams can't get right. With that in mind, let's looks at some of the best examples through the lens of WARP2, an all-encompassing metric developed at Baseball Prospectus that values a ...

    Blog | April 14, 2010
  3. BP: Five Opening Day roster mistakes

    Christina Kahrl, Baseball Prospectus

    The six-month slog of the regular season can make any Opening Day roster error a footnote. Even so, with the regular season swinging into action, there are some problems that need fixing sooner rather than later. Here are five of the biggest crimes b...

    Blog | April 05, 2010
  4. BP: Johan, Maine, and pray for & Perez

    Christina Kahrl, Baseball Prospectus

    Over at BP, we might currently have the Mets projected to win just 78 games this year, but as with any projection, there's some wiggle room. Or in the Mets' case, a lot of wiggle room. Some of my colleagues argue that the Mets could win anywhere betw...

    Blog | March 25, 2010
  5. BP: Jim Hendry's last stand?

    Christina Kahrl, Baseball Prospectus

    Since getting tabbed to take over as Chicago Cubs GM during the 2002 season, Jim Hendry has overseen one of the most successful stretches of play in club history. His resume now boasts three division titles and winning records in five o...

    Blog | March 19, 2010
  6. BP: Projecting the Rays' new Cuban

    Christina Kahrl, Baseball Prospectus

    The Tampa Bay Rays are considered one of the best player development outfits in the game, while also being one of the sharpest sabermetrically-informed organizations. Nobody does better at acknowledging that there are lots of ways to skin a cat when ...

    Blog | March 12, 2010