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RotoBaller   Feb 26th, 9:15am ET
Statcast metrics such as Barrels and Brls/BBE are great ways to evaluate a fantasy baseball batter's performance, so it is only natural to assume that the metrics would be predictive for pitchers as well. As much as batters want to hit a Barrel every time,...
RotoBaller   Feb 24th, 9:00am ET
Previously, we looked at how exit velocity is only one piece of the fantasy baseball analysis puzzle. Baseball broadcasts commonly cite Launch Angle (LA) to complement their EV figures, but it is given in terms of degrees. Are we trying to find the hypotenuse...
RotoBaller   Feb 22nd, 8:30am ET
If you've watched a baseball broadcast in the Statcast era, you have undoubtedly noticed the broadcasters commenting on a batted ball's exit velocity or EV. Many have taken to using stats like Hard% and Soft% to forecast how a player should be performing,...
Roto Rob   Feb 14th, 3:59pm ET
Did some bad BABIP luck play a role? Yes, possibly, even though Judge's .300 BABIP last year wasn't awful by normal standards -- just his own, given a .340 career mark. The post MLB Today: The AL MVP Race first appeared on RotoRob.
RotoBaller   Feb 14th, 7:30am ET
Once you've grown accustomed to having advanced tools to help make fantasy decisions, it can feel disorientating to be without them. Prospects are increasingly becoming a focal point in both real and fantasy baseball, but the minors simply don't have all of...
RotoBaller   Feb 5th, 7:30am ET
One of the most fundamental questions in fantasy sports is if a player's current performance is sustainable. More than any other sport, baseball has many statistical measures that can be dissected in numerous ways to analyze player performance.Pitch Info is...
FanGraphs   Feb 1st, 9:05am ET
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RotoBaller   Jan 31st, 8:00am ET
You may be wondering why there aren't any advanced stats aimed at predicting a player's counting stats like runs and RBI. The answer is simple: modern sabermetrics reject the idea of a "clutch RBI guy" and therefore do not bother inventing predictive metrics...