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Could It Be Time to Update WAR’s Positional Adjustments?

#450837160 / gettyimages.com It’s been quite a week for the WAR stat. Since Jeff Passan dropped his highly controversial piece on the metric on Sunday night, the interwebs have been abuzz with arguments both for and against the all-encompassing value … Continue reading

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Corey Dickerson Doesn’t Care About Your Stupid Strike Zone

#454584396 / gettyimages.com Rockies outfielder Corey Dickerson is quietly having an excellent season at the plate. Believe it or not, the 25-year-old is hitting an impressive .315/.371/.577, which even after adjusting for the effects of Coors Field, is still good for … Continue reading

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Using Short-Season A Stats to Predict Future Performance

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been looking into how a player’s stats, age, and prospect status can be used to predict whether he’ll ever play in the majors. So far, I’ve analyzed hitters in Rookie leagues, Low-A, High-A, Double-A, and Triple-A using a methodology that I named … Continue reading

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Using Rookie League Stats to Predict Future Performance

#170789405 / gettyimages.com Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been looking into how a players’ stats, age, and prospect status can be used to predict whether he’ll ever play in the majors. I used a methodology that I named KATOH (after Yankees prospect … Continue reading

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Using Triple-A Stats to Predict Future Performance

#452114634 / gettyimages.com Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been looking into how a players’ stats, age, and prospect status can be used to predict whether he’ll ever play in the majors. I used a methodology that I named KATOH (after Yankees prospect … Continue reading

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