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Tim Anderson BABIPd .399 last year. Beware. Stay away. Sell high. …Right?

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From the moment Pete Alonso’s sixth major league home run splash landed in Atlanta, he’s been on the national radar.

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The baseball fanatic in me, and hopefully in you, loves when Statcast releases a new tool to try and help us understand the game. This year, it’s publicly available “expected statistics.” For hitters, that means using the percentage of time a batted ball equals a certain result to determine what

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The 2018 leaderboard for barrels per batted ball event (min. 50 batted balls) reads like a home run derby bracket, or maybe a list of baseball’s strongest men. That’s especially true for the first 17 names. But at No. 18, right ahead of reigning American League MVP Mookie Betts, is

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The pre-arbitration extension is one of baseball’s popular new trends. But one might have slipped under the radar this offseason: the new deal signed by Tampa Bay Rays’ youngster Brandon Lowe. Late on March 19, Ken Rosenthal reported that Lowe had signed a 6 year, $24 million deal with Tampa

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The Boys Are Back with special guest Emma Baccellieri! Lance McCullers and future value (2:40) Tom Murphy demoted…what are you doing with him? (6:02) Alex Wood and his value (7:36) GUEST SEGMENT w/ Emma Baccellieri of Sports Illustrated Mike Trout (12:26) Daniel Palka (16:02) Trevor Bauer (17:25) Jake deGrom (18:52) Chris

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Is Yoan Moncada a “flyball revolution” guy? Has Francisco Cervelli raised his launch angle? What about Xander Bogaerts, has he become a different type of hitter? Did Trevor Bauer really cheat for an inning to prove a point? These are just a few of the questions that I’ve answered for

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Hi. My name is Jim. I write about launch angles, exit velocities, expected on-base averages, barrels and all manner of things that try to answer the question “why?” Why do baseball stats like batting average, WHIP, home runs, earned run average, isolated slugging percentage and on-base percentage become what they

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I love it when a plan comes together to write an article about two (or more) players that I’ve mentally attached at the hip. The two Dodgers sluggers, Yasmani Grandal and Yasiel Puig, have long held my attention for being able to hit the ball so damn hard, yet have

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The 32nd starting pitcher drafted by ADP, Sonny Gray is not off to a good start. Through four starts and 16.1 innings, his 8.27 ERA and 2.08 WHIP are not what you were expecting out of any of the pitchers, let alone a guy who is probably your SP3. You’ve

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