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More Relief Pitcher Analysis: This Time by Wins Above Excellence (WAE)

In addition to Wins Above Replacement (WAR), I’ve started using Wins Above Excellence (WAE) to help analyze career value. So far, I’ve applied WAE to Non-Hall of Fame third baseman. But you know I couldn’t go long without applying it to relief pitchers!

When Sean Smith introduced WAE, he added up any WAR above 3.0. In my third base analysis, I did 3.0, 4.0, and 6.0 to get a sense of both “excellence” and “awesomeness”. Relievers simply don’t pile up high-WAR seasons like hitters, so I’ve included columns for 2.0, 3.0, and 4.0. It is pretty rare for a reliever to pick up over 4.0 WAR in a season (unless you’re Mariano Rivera). (more…)

One-and-Done: An All-Star Team of Players Who Only Appeared on the Hall of Fame Ballot Once

Every once and a while, I find a player who had a tremendous career and even appeared on the Hall of Fame ballot. But somewhat inexplicably, that player didn’t reach the 5% necessary to remain on the ballot and was gone from the ballot for good. I refer to these players as “one and done”, and there are some really good ones.

Using Rally’s Wins Above Replacement leaders, I put together an All Star team of the best players who only appeared on the All Star ballot once, then dropped off for good. (more…)

What Makes a Hall of Fame Reliever?

Several years ago, on the now defunct Rule V Baseball Blog, I started writing a series of posts wondering what makes a relief pitcher a Hall of Famer. I’ve always been curious about the true value of a relief pitcher and what their representation in the Hall of Fame would be.

My original hypothesis was that too few relievers were in the Hall. Rich Gossage and Bruce Sutter were not yet in, so it was just three (Dennis Eckersley, Hoyt Wilhelm, and Rollie Fingers). I’ve considered a series of stats to evaluate relievers—starting with the likes of ERA+ and eventually settling with Wins Above Replacement (WAR)—and if you dig deeper into the numbers, my original hypothesis doesn’t really hold up too well. (more…)

The WAR on Relief Pitchers: What Makes a Hall-worthy Reliever?

One of the great things about the Baseball Hall of Fame is that it gives us countless topics to debate—who belongs and who doesn’t? In most cases, each case revolves around a player. However, there are cases that revolve around entire positions. Today, I’m not talking about the relatively small amount of catchers or third basemen in the Hall. I’m not even talking about the DH. I’m talking about relief pitchers. (more…)

Career ERA+ Leaders for Non-Hall of Famers

I recently took a look at the career leaders in OPS+ and picked out the non-Hall of Famers in the group. The post shed some light on some lesser-known, unique characters of the game’s past. Time to do the same for ERA+. (more…)