Brown_banded_roach

dc Roach

  • joined Dec 09, 2010
  • last login Aug 19, 2014
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Nats Bats and Positional Depth

The Nationals' lineup is largely set for 2013, but as a recent article here on FBB brought up there is no certainty that everybody on the roster will be with the team come spring if any off-season...

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eERA 2013 - 2nd Annual Doug Slaten Awards

Welcome to the 2013 Doug Slaten Awards! Two years ago, now-ex-Nat Doug Slaten allowed 13 inherited runners to score in just 16.2 IP, which prompted me to develop this stat I call "earned Earned...

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(e)ERA 2012 - Fixing the Inherited Earned Run Problem

eERA and the 2012 Nationals Pitching Staff Last offseason I put together a fanpost based on an idea I had to adjust pitchers' ERAs using Retrosheet run probability percentiles. The way this works...

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Nats Offense - Player Performance Reviews

This post is nothing complicated. All I have done is put together a little write up for every position player on the Nationals roster with over 30 plate appearances and attempted to show off what...

Major League Rotations In 2011, And How The Nationals Can Compete

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Major League Rotations In 2011, And How The Nationals Can Compete

Dissecting the Nationals Rotation

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Dissecting the Nationals Rotation

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eERA (beta) - adjusting for Inherited Runs

On June 3, 2011 the Nationals were battling the Diamondbacks with Yunesky Maya on the mound. In the bottom of the 5th inning, the score was 1-0 in favor of Arizona. Four batters and one out...

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The Nats Bullpen - Top 5 Lists Galore

The bullpen keeps games interesting, doesn't it?  Every member of the Nationals' bullpen has struggled at times this season, and yet they do usually get the job done.  I decided to take an in depth...

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Projecting the Nats after 6.5 Miles

Halfway through tonight's game against the Pirates, the Nationals will have played one quarter of their 2011 season.  Here are some projections of player performances over the full season based...

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The SSS Club - Henry "Lightning" Rodriguez

Henry Rodriguez will be a great asset to the club IF he can maintain his control. Until Henry Rodriguez learns to throw strikes consistently, he will remain a low-leverage option. Do either of...

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The SSS Club - Gaudin, Coffey & Broderick

The Nationals bullpen was very good last year, and though some members have struggled so far this year, it remains pretty decent.  It is currently tied with the Phillies and the Yankees in fWAR for...

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CF Options in D.C.

I'll admit right off the bat, things are not pretty in center field right now. Nationals fans are disappointed with Nyjer Morgan's performance last year, and his dismal start this spring has...

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The Nats Utility Infielder Question

By definition, nobody is ever happy with their utility infielder except maybe the GM.  He's happy if the guy he has to pay almost nothing performs decently well.  The rest of us have to live with...

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Clutch: Nats and OBI%

Today's look at our offensive lineup examines our ability to produce runs.  Everyone here probably knows RBI is a relatively useless stat because it relies so much on teamwork.  Instead, I pulled...

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Nationals Rotation #1 - #5, Part 3

  Over the past two weeks, I took a look at the Nationals 2010 rotation in terms of ERA and then xFIP.  I split the team's starters into a theoretical rotation, creating our #1 starter out of S...

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Nationals Rotation #1 - #5, Part 2

Welcome back to another look at the Washington Nationals rotation.  In Part 1, I looked at how our rotation performed in terms of ERA in 2010.  This time I pulled out a different stat, xFIP, and we...

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Nationals Rotation #1 - #5, Part 1

I've been waiting to put together this look at the Nationals rotation for a little while now.  What I'm doing here is splitting up our pitching staff into a theoretical rotation, allowing us to see...

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Nationals 2011 Payroll

What follows is a table of the likely major league payroll for the Washington Nationals for the 2011 season.  It includes the expected 25 man roster as well as some other players on major league...

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Signing LaRoche Is Money Well Spent

Upon sharing my approval of the signing of Adam LaRoche by the Nationals, I was challenged by my friend William.Hatheway (end of this thread) to demonstrate why paying millions for a player who...

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