What better way to celebrate Matt Harvey Day than an overview of his past three starts?
With projection being an inexact science, we occasionally see players exceeding or falling short of their projections. Who has exceeded their supposed level the most so far in 2013?
Looking into Gerrit Cole's paltry strikeout rate, in comparison with Shelby Miller's equally fastball-heavy approach.
This next group of cities sure looks good on paper, but each has one flaw that holds it back from being a serious candidate as the next host of a MLB franchise.
Let's ride the SaberSphere train to learn more about clutch bullpens, the San Diego Padres recent success, and how to approach the analytics and old school debate from a different angle.
Let's look at the top performers over the last calendar year, it seems to be the hip way to analyze player performance. Which names might surprise you and which won't?
The Tigers lost to the Royals Wednesday, and it sparked a debate that began with Valverde's struggles, and moved on to replacing him. Could the problem lie elsewhere, on a grander stage?
How often do various aspects of a start occur? What is a team's probability of winning based on a starting pitcher's performance? Do we need to change the criteria for a quality start?
The guys discuss a pair of surprisingly strong AL outfielders, some under-appreciated starters and more.
Investigating the Cardinals success with RISP, and testing to see if batting average with runners in scoring postion is a repeatable skill, then estimating an expected "skill" with RISP.
I always enjoyed watching players who always showed up, who always played. But does these high number of games played possibly affect player performance later in their careers?
What do Padres' middle infielders, all-star voting, and the Replacements have in common? All of those topics made it into today's SaberSphere!