Jay Jaffe uses the JAWS metric -- he invented it, as an average of career WARP and peak (best seven seasons) WARP -- to evaluate the eight players on the 2010 expansion-era HOF ballot. Only Davey Concepcion, Ted Simmons and Tommy John come close.
Baseball Prospectus takes a look at its preseason playoff predictions and recalculates them with the Padres, Rangers and Reds being the biggest surprises. BP explains how they've done it.
Baseball Prospectus analyzes the best and worst performances of the 2009 MLB season through its sabermetric lens.
Several teams are all but eliminated, but they aren't the biggest disappointments
Baseball Prospectus looks at deserving All-Stars who could get snubbed, including Adrian Gonzalez, Aaron Hill and a closer who had never saved a game before this season.
With the Big Unit's 300th win in the books, we look at the numbers -- was he the last one who will reach that pitching milestone? Baseball Prospectus has the formulas and the final word.
In small stretches, schedule strength could make a big difference.
Our projections for this year's National League standings aren't likely to receive much brotherly love from Philadelphia, the home of the defending World Series champions.
Andrew Miller tops the list of pitchers who could be headed for a breakout season.
PECOTA's still hot for Clay Buchholz, and has intel on the Yankees, Red Sox, Cubs, Indians, A's, Giants and more.
With spring training rapidly approaching, we can use our fresh PECOTA projections to estimate the marginal gains several teams would make if they signed Manny Ramirez.