Lots of great stuff today:
- Marc's player profile this week is on Derrek Lee. Very interesting stuff.
- Studes does his second installment of the best everyday players in history, by WSAB. A few surprising names turn up.
- Couple of good posts from Tango: Ted Williams vs. LHPs, and how to work with a small single-season sample.
- Dan Fox has a great article on player size and triples at BP, and also posted this interesting exchange with Will Carroll about WPA.
Here's the first installment of an A's roundtable hosted by BtB contributor Ryan Armbrust, which includes Marc and me.
- This is way off topic, but Roger Federer is incredible. He is the Albert Pujols of tennis--that is, if Pujols could win 20 games with a 3.27 ERA next year.