Looking at some on-pace totals, what Major League records are in danger of falling this season?
With the release of Topps Archive sets, we shine some light on a few underrated names from the '80s.
Tom Verducci recently suggested that hitters working deeper counts is causing a decline in offensive output. Maybe they just can't hit?
Sean Forman is the President of Sports Reference LLC and the creator of the beloved Baseball Reference website. I would like to thank him for taking the time to speak with me regarding replacement level, WAR, and what’s on the road-map for BR.
It's very strange to see a player not having much power not have to bunt much. Who are the few who took that concept to the extreme?
Joining the 3000 Hit Club, and base hits overall, is a widely celebrated accomplishment for a player, but it caters to a specific style of hitter. How would these records look using Times on Base?
Looking at which players have had more success in the latter years of the their career through the lens of Wins Above Replacement.
Comparing Elo-Ratings with adjusted WAR totals to reveal the most overrated and underrated players of the past century.
Earl Weaver passed away early this morning. Weaver was one of the most entertaining and innovative managers in the history of the game.
Forget "First Ballot" Hall of Famer—it's time to add another term to your baseball lexicon: The "If There's Room" Hall of Famer.
Remembering which player-seasons in the Live Ball Era accumulated the most WAR with two different ballclubs.
Often speed is a tool that peaks at an earlier age than other baseball tools. We examine those players who broke the mold and hit their stolen base stride in their 30s.
WAR is a fantastic tool by which we measure a player's overall value with a baseline set at "replacement-level." What happens when we raise that baseline to All-Star or even MVP level? Which players benefit and which players suffer?