The Best/Worst Players From the 2018 MLB Postseason

The MLB playoffs are over so let's take a minute to look back on them. What makes the playoffs so interesting is that it's such a small amount of games compared to the regular season and those games decide everything. For this reason, the best players in the regular season, aren't the best players in … Continue reading The Best/Worst Players From the 2018 MLB Postseason

NL Wild Card Game: Pitching Comparison

Divisions have been settled and the wild-card games are upon us. The Cubs and Rockies meet at Wrigley Field for a win-or-go-home game on Tuesday night. Let's take a look at the starting pitchers for the game. First, a quick pitching comparison Name IP ERA WHIP K/9 GB% FB% WAR WPA Kyle Freeland 202.1 2.85 … Continue reading NL Wild Card Game: Pitching Comparison

Waxahachie Swaps and Sergio Romo Playing Third Base

Time to talk about the Rays again. I didn't plan to write about them again, but then last Wednesday, Sergio Romo played 3rd base. The Rays used a very unique version of the Waxahachie swap. The Waxahachie swap is a maneuver in which the manager will move a pitcher (usually a lefty) to another position … Continue reading Waxahachie Swaps and Sergio Romo Playing Third Base

Analyzing This Year’s All-Star Rosters: Pitchers

I've already talked about the hitters for this year's All-Star game so let's look at the pitchers. I once again used an algorithm to analyze the pitchers. I used 5 stats and weighted them equally to get a glimpse at who were the best pitchers in the first half of this season. Strikeout percentage (K%) … Continue reading Analyzing This Year’s All-Star Rosters: Pitchers