In ESPN The Magazine, Insider Dan Szymborski explains why his ZiPS projections system likes the Nats to win the World Series.
Some bad decisions by the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays have all but ruined their chances at 2014 postseason play. Dan Szymborski breaks down how they blew it.
Dan Szymborski updates his MLB win-loss projections, playoff odds and World Series odds, using the ZiPS formula, which shows that the true playoff contenders have emerged, but there are still no clear World Series favorites.
Dan Szymborski looks at his ZiPS standings projections to see which American League teams our Forecaster experts are overrating and underrating.
Dan Szymborski looks at five major roster pitfalls that loom large this spring, starting with the Mets' infield situation.
Dan Szymborski breaks down 10 players who likely will fail to live up to their statistical projections.
Dan Szymborski looks at stat projections of Keith Law's top 100 prospects to see where the numbers agree (and disagree) with Law's rankings.
Dan Szymborski ranks the suitors for Masahiro Tanaka based on which of them gains the most by signing him.
Dan Szymborski looks at how the Cardinals should fill their shortstop void. The solution? Troy Tulowitzki, of course.
Dan Szymborski says for the New York Yankees and two other teams, this offseason should be aggressive.
Dan Szymborski maps out the playoff probability for each AL wild-card contender based on how they fare in each of their remaining series.
Dan Szymborski writes about August X-factors for teams in the playoff hunt. He points to the Reds and Athletics as teams in dire need to have a resurgence offensively.
Dan Szymborski takes a look at the winners and losers after the MLB trade deadline.
Dan Szymborski examines what holes contenders should fill before the July 31 trade deadline
Dan Szymborski explains why the Pirates are all but guaranteed a spot in the playoffs.
Dan Szymborski examines five in-house upgrades for contending MLB teams, including the Washington Nationals calling up Anthony Rendon.