The Hardball Times | Allison McCague: We’re all guilty of using the word “asset” to describe living, breathing human beings. McCague serves a necessary reminder that baseball players are people, and the way we discuss them should reflect that.
Baseball Prospectus | Rob Mains ($): If you had to pick one back-of-the-baseball-card stat to measure offense, on base percentage is a decent way to go... except when it isn’t. Mains finds a weird statistical anomaly.
Walk Like a Sabermetrician | Brandon Heipp: Heipp details fascinating research on his Enby system, which analyzes how efficient a team clusters runs to maximize win expectancy.