Some players hurt their teams statistically. Some hurt them financially. And some do both, writes Rob Neyer.
Just looking at the Oakland Athletics' roster, you might not guess it. But Billy Beane is playing moneyball again.
The A's went as far as their starting pitching took them. In the end, it wasn't far enough.
Denigrating Billy Beane as just a stats "genius" is absurd and ridiculously off base.
The A's have sound reasoning in their signing of Eric Karros, but they may be disappointed with him in the end.
Is Billy Beane losing his mind? Rob weighs in on the A's latest roster shake-ups.
Just when did Joe Borowski and Tim Worrell develop that "closer's mentality"? Likely after they got the job.
Each Division Series could hinge on the performance of one player. If so, these four could be on the hot seat.
Acquiring Jose Guillen was a shrewd move by the A's, but extending Scott Hatteberg's contract was peculiar.
Expected to be serious contenders this season, the Phillies, White Sox and A's continue to struggle along.
Is OPS the magic bullet for gauging a player's offensive value? Not without a little modification.
The author of "Moneyball" describes why the business of evaluating baseball talent is so compelling.