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2010 Hall of Fame Voting Reaction

The other day, I posted a list of the nine players I supported for induction to the Hall of Fame this year. That list was:

  1. Bert Blyleven
  2. Edgar Martinez
  3. Barry Larkin
  4. Roberto Alomar
  5. Tim Raines
  6. Mark McGwire
  7. Andre Dawson
  8. Alan Trammell
  9. Lee Smith

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Nine Names on My Hall of Fame “Ballot”

With the BBWAA Election Announcement a mere two days away, I figured I should probably “officially” get my list of player’s I’d support for induction.

You know, if I had a vote.

Minor detail, but here it goes. (more…)

2010 Hall of Fame Ballot by Wins Above Replacement (WAR) and its Components

Using Rally’s WAR database and OPS+ data from Baseball-Reference, I’ve constructed these sortable tables for the 2010 Hall of Fame candidates. In addition to the more traditional OPS+ and ERA+, I’ve added Wins Above Replacement (WAR). Not only that, but I’ve included most of the numbers that go into the calculation of WAR. To see a key of what these columns mean, check out Rally’s glossary. (more…)

Best Non-Hall of Fame Pitchers by Wins Above Replacement (or “Yet Another Case for Bert Blyleven”)

I’m pretty pumped about Wins Above Replacement (WAR). We finally have a metric that combines overall production (offensive, defensive, pitching, baserunning, throwing, etc.), adjusts it for park and era, and gives us a number. Here’s a detailed description of what goes into WAR. (more…)

David Pinto is on to Something: Using (Adjusted) Wins & Losses to Assess Starting Pitchers

David Pinto over at Baseball Musings took a very interesting approach in an analysis of Bert Blyleven the other day.

In fact, I might call it brilliant. (more…)

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