Dan Szymborski quantifies who the best and worst baserunners are in major league baseball. Just because you're fast doesn't mean you're a good baserunner.
Dan Szymborski explains, with the help of ZiPS projections, why Giancarlo Stanton is worth close to the $325 million (over 13 years) he's currently discussing with the Marlins.
Dan Szymborski looks at what has gone wrong with the 2014 Rangers, who currently have the majors' worst record, and why the team could contend again in 2015.
Dan Szymborski projects which current players will reach baseball's major milestones, such as 500 homers, 3,000 hits and 300 wins.
Dan Szymborski uses the ZiPS projections to analyze whether Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera can earn a second Triple Crown in 2014, repeating his feat from 2012.
Dan Szymborski uses the ZiPS projection system to determine which hitters at each position are currently being rated too high (and low) in fantasy baseball.
Dan Szymborski breaks down 10 players who likely will fail to live up to their statistical projections.
Giving superstar money to a non-superstar is usually bad business, and Dan Szymborski looks at why the $130 million deal given to Shin-Soo Choo is bad for Texas.
Dan Szymborski explains why the Tigers should wait as long as possible before giving Miguel Cabrera a contract extension.
Dan Szymborski explains why the Detroit Tigers are the odds-on favorites to win the World Series.
Forget 500 homers, 3,000 hits and 300 wins. Dan Szymborski looks at what the new Hall of Fame thresholds should be for those three catergories and projects which current players will reach them.
Ranking the contenders for Josh Hamilton's services based on where he fits best.
Dan Szymborski looks at what each NL Central team needs to do to make the playoffs in 2013.
The Rangers should let Josh Hamilton leave, and Dan Szymborski explains why.
From Zack Greinke to Cole Hamels to Justin Upton, Dan Szymborski projects baseball's most valuable trade candidates using ZiPS' rest-of-season projections.
We've reached the quarter mark of the season, and Baseball Think Factory's Dan Szymborski returns to the ZiPS system and provides updated division projections. The Dodgers and Orioles are two teams with substantially different outlooks.