The Slowest MLB Player with at least 12 Stolen Bases

With the 2021 regular MLB season finished, I know everyone my loyal readers my six friends you(?) were looking forward to my yearly article on players with more walks than strikeouts. While I have updated my dashboard with 2021 data, that article is going to have to wait, but will almost certainly be out sooner … Continue reading The Slowest MLB Player with at least 12 Stolen Bases

Getting to Know the MLB 2019 Rule 5 Draft Pool

Yesterday marked the first day of the 2019 Major League Baseball (MLB) Winter Meetings, a time for folks in the industry, along with those aspiring to break in, to meet up and discuss trends in the game, network, and of course talk about baseball. With executives from all the front offices in such close proximity, … Continue reading Getting to Know the MLB 2019 Rule 5 Draft Pool

Thoughts on Patrick Wisdom for 2019

Author's Note: The majority of this piece was written yesterday on my day off before Asdrubal Cabrera signed with the Rangers on a 1 year deal to play third base. That said, most of what I covered is still relevant, though Wisdom might not make as much of an impact as I first thought in the upcoming 2019 season. That said, I hope you enjoy the article either way. With the baseball season only about two months away, it is time for me to really start planning for my upcoming fantasy leagues. I currently play in two AL-Only leagues, an 8 team Roto Auction redraft and a 15 Roto dynasty league. In order to … Continue reading Thoughts on Patrick Wisdom for 2019

IV Thoughts On: The James Paxton Trade

Usually upon hearing about a major MLB transaction (trade, free agent signing, etc), I have a habit of doing the following: 1) read the notification of the the transaction on my phone, 2) check Twitter for all of the details of the transaction, 3) go to /r/baseball and read the comments there on the transaction, 4a) … Continue reading IV Thoughts On: The James Paxton Trade

MLB Players with More Walks than Strikeouts: 2018

I have already written about the players with walk to strikeout ratios (BB/K) greater than or equal to 1.00 for 2017  and relatively (depending on your definition of the word) recently created a dashboard showing the MLB history of this feat so I guess it only make sense for me to write a post about who has joined … Continue reading MLB Players with More Walks than Strikeouts: 2018