It's time to talk about just what the worst things to talk about in baseball are.
Which catchers' arms bring fear into the legs of runners and how big is the effect?
Do you think WAR is flawed? Are you tired of the same-old context-independent player contribution metrics? Do you want to support a local sabermetric business rather than evil giant corporations like FanGraphs and Baseball-Reference? Then try mhWAR!
The #StartMo movement has rallied many supporters in favor of Mariano Rivera starting the All-Star Game. If Rivera were to be shifted to the rotation, what could we expect?
Sometimes a pitcher can throw a certain pitch that looks like another pitch and it can be a bit misleading when you're watching him do it. That is the case with Kevin Gausman and his slider.
What makes a player a good, or successful, bunter? Is it because they have good to great speed? Is it because there truly is a skill associated with laying down a good bunt?
While OBP and SLG correlate almost equally to scoring, we will dive in further, seeing if the individual hitters make any more of a difference.
Patrick Corbin is providing to be more than a stopgap for the arrival of Tyler Skaggs or Daniel Hudson's return from surgery and outperforming the rest of the staff in Arizona, let alone most of the MLB. What's leading to his newfound dominance and i
Tuesday's SaberSphere goes from the majors, where we look at a Padres pitcher, Miguel Cabrera, and Ian Desmond to the AL East farm systems of the Blue Jays and Orioles.
The Tampa Bay Rays lose David Price but continue rolling along, Kevin Gregg is a dominant closer again, and the BtBS Podcast is all new.
The Tampa Bay Rays have lots of pitching, but do they have enough offense? What might happen to David Price, and should any team ever trade with the Rays again?
It is generally assumed that a balanced lineup is the most efficient, but is there any truth to this? Using team OBP, wOBA, and R/G, are there any trends that pop up over the past 17 years?