Orlando Cabrera would like to thank Cincy GM Walt Jocketty for forgetting everything he learned in Econ 101. Published January 31 2010
Andre Dawson was a legend in two cities. He chose one, the committee chose the other. Published January 28 2010
The Mariners are the early favorites in the AL West. And it's all thanks to general manager Jack Zduriencik's small-ball roster. Published January 25 2010
The Seattle Mariners have officially locked up ace Felix Hernandez to a multi-year contract extension. Another feather in Jack Zduriencik's M's cap. Published January 19 2010
One term that gets tossed around baseball year-round is the brand of, the “Three True Outcomes” hitter. Now, as a random experiment, I introduce T3O% (True Three Outcomes Percentage). Published January 18 2010
The Florida Marlins have been a perennial contender, despite having one of the lowest payrolls in baseball. Now, the MLBPA is forcing the Fish to pay more. Published January 13 2010
Partly a defense of McGwire's steroid use, partly a look at the repercussions of his admission. At long last he has succumbed to media pressure. Published January 11 2010
The stolen base lives, a bright spot for smallball in a slugging (steroid) era. Published January 8 2010
It’s time for me to channel my inner “Fire Joe Morgan”, and break down a Murray Chass “column”, not “blog”, about Jack Morris’ hall of fame candidacy. Published January 7 2010
Installment seven of the “Hall-Worthy” series previews the candidacy of a number-compiling outfielder, a overlooked speedster, and (doesn’t) make a case for David Segui. Published January 4 2010
The best and the worst hitters are argued about daily. What about the typical average major leaguer? Revealing a new stat for measuring average-ness. Published January 4 2010
Selected theoretical resolutions for players, managers, and executives. Published January 1 2010
Arjuna Subramanian is an aspiring baseball writer living in the Washington D.C. area. He started his writing with his blog Painting The Black on MLBlogs in May of 2009. He fell in love with the sabermetric movement during the ...Read More
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