Contributor at Fake Teams, the fantasy sports blog for SBNation.
Contributor at Beyond the Box Score, the sabermetrics blog for SBNation.
This time last year Marcell Ozuna was playing in High-A. How has his rise to the Majors affected his long-term outlook?
Kevin Gregg has gone from Minor League free agent to dominating closer in two short months. How did that happen and can it continue?
In today's links we find out when velocity changes during a start, we celebrate the success of Jason Grilli and Scott Kazmir, and we have the good fortune to hear Jim Leyland's thoughts on shifting. Get ready, it's the SaberSphere!
The word luck is often thrown around when we talk about hitter's BABIP numbers. By looking at expected BABIP, though, we hopefully can identify which hitters have actually had the best and worst fortunes to this point.
It may be easy to chalk any hot or cold streak up to small sample size, but at what point is a sample actually large enough to use?
Mark Prior's career was derailed by injuries, but not before he ripped off a rather impressive string of starts. What could have been, and what could still be for the former Cubs' star?
Phillies' pitcher Jesse Biddle is off to a blistering start in Double-A. What does it mean for his long-term potential?
Every offseason prospect experts grade the future potential of hundreds of Minor League pitchers. How many of them are said to have ace potential?
In our last Prospect How To, we talked about the five tools for position players. Today, we put some context to the grades for each of the fantasy relevant tools.
Looking for articles on Stephen Strasburg, BABIP, the NFL draft, and speeding up baseball games? We've got you covered with the best saber links from around the web.
Want to trade for the next R.A. Dickey or Jose Bautista? Then check out the latest market inefficiency, buying high and selling low.
Through the first few weeks of the season the answer is yes. Can the Marlins hold on to cement their place in history?
Aaron Sanchez was just another Jays' Minor Leaguer last year. Now he's a top-30 prospect. How'd that happen?
Reds' pitcher Robert Stephenson made plenty of top-100 lists this year. How good will he be once he makes the show?
After years without standard amenities like an electronic video board and available parking, the Cubs plan to change all of that. Are changes to such a historic ballpark a good idea?
We've all heard of the mystical five tool player, but do we really understand what the five tools are? Andrew Ball breaks down the tools and their importance in fantasy baseball.
Can batter's actually "steal" first base? Should a pitcher be evaluated independent of even his own defense? Will Eric Hosmer be better than Mike Trout? Lots of questions and a few answers in today's saber links.
The Tigers said they would be using a "closer by committee" early in the season, but thus far it has not been the case. Since he seems to want a convectional stopper in the ninth, who should Jim Leyland turn to?
From beyond top-100 lists to top-5 prospect status and a spot in Miami's rotation, what a difference a year has made for Jose Fernandez.
A collection of the best Saber links from Thursday. including stories on Yu Darvish's brilliance, Scott Rice's amazing journey, and Manny Ramirez's Manny-ness.
The term "replacement level" can divide baseball fans into two groups. Leave it to a 31-year-old rookie to make everyone forget which side they're on.
After a terrific spring, rookie outfielder Jackie Bradley is the flavor of the week in Boston. Just how good is he, and more importantly how good can he be?
The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders are bringing a Yankees' legend to their opening day. Is Reggie Jackson the best choice?
Today's SaberSphere gives us previews of the Pirates and White Sox, 20 ways to improve the national pastime, and a uniform replacement level.
Toronto's decision to demote Ricky Romero to Hi-A Dunedin on Tuesday turned heads. Was it the right choice?