Dan Szymborski projects which current players will reach baseball's major milestones, such as 500 homers, 3,000 hits and 300 wins.
Dan Szymborski writes that Craig Kimbrel's great performance in recent seasons means that it's time to sell him to the highest bidder this offseason.
Dan Szymborski looks at the best and worst drafting teams and the best and worst individudal drafts in MLB history.
Dan Szymborski looks at a handful of players whose projections have already changed significantly since the preseason.
Dan Szymborski projects the NL standings, including each team's odds of making the playoffs and winning the World Series.
Dan Szymborski uses the ZiPS projection system tells the best MLB prop bets to make for 2013.
Dan Szymborski explains why it would be beneficial for the Braves to sign Freeman and Heyward to long-term deals.
Dan Szymborski looks at the teams with the best chance to pass the 2001 Mariners' record for wins in a season.
Dan Szymborski looks at the teams that have missed big opportunities to improve this winter.
Dan Szymborski breaks down five youngsters poised to return to a path to stardom in 2013.
Dan Szymborski ranks the dozen trade deadline deals that increased teams' playoff odds the most. Hint: It involves a Los Angeles team.
Dan Szymborski of Baseball Think Factory writes that while the Baltimore Orioles (and four other teams) are legitimate postseason contenders, they aren't primed for deep playoff runs and therefore shouldn't be buying at the trade deadline.
Dave Cameron of FanGraphs proposes five American League trades that should happen before the July 31 deadline. First proposal: Send Hanley Ramirez to the Detroit Tigers.
Dan Szymborski proposes five National League trade ideas that should happen, beginning with Justin Upton heading to Pittsburgh.
Dan Szymborski gives an updated projection of the playoff picture halfway through the season.
From Zack Greinke to Cole Hamels to Justin Upton, Dan Szymborski projects baseball's most valuable trade candidates using ZiPS' rest-of-season projections.