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Isolating the Cardinals' Power-Hitting

The Cardinals had one of the best offenses in baseball last season, but they hit for less power than one might think.

Stat Nerd Alert ! Help Me Out Here !

In my quest to incorporate additional statistics into my player evaluation, I came across this article on THT. I have looked at and have a basic understanding of park factors. This article by Jeff Sackmann, math nerd extraordinaire seems to take it to another level. So I came to the nerdiest stat nerds I could thnk of to find some help. As a Coach, I understand pull hitters. They annoy me and can be situationally valuable, but I understand the mechanics. I teach more of a balanced approach at the plate that depends on early pitch recognition and paitence, rather than a singular plate approach. How would recognition and evaluation of this type of data help ? Does it tell me what parks a player has a better chance to be successful ? Does it provide a clearer picture of a hitters ISO potential ? So Xanthan, Missing Barry, Roger, and others, help me out here. Is this data helpful in theory or just additional noise ?

ISO Scatter Plots

Answering the questions of "Do power hitters see less strikes? And do power hitters K more?" via the use of scatter plots and MLB data.

Who's Left?: Center field and Shortstop

Last in the 'Who's Left' series that looks at the free agent market by position.

Who's Left?: Left and Right Field

The third installment in a series looking at the free agent market by position.

Who's Left?: Second and Third Basemen

Today we'll be checking out who's left on the free agent market at the positions of second and third base. This is the second installment in a series of posts that will be examining the free agent...

Who's Left? A Look at the Free Agent Market.

Taking a glance at who's left on the free agent market for the 2009 season. Using the 2009 Oliver projections to examine the talent at catcher and first base.

The Season in a Nutshell

All small-sample-size caveats aside, today's 3-2 12-inning loss to the Rays seems representative of the A's season thus far, especially regarding the secondary rate/frequency statistics. Batting...

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