The Washington Post started using sabermetrics in their baseball preview. Unfortunately, they used them in every incorrect way imaginable. Published March 31 2010
I conducted several interviews with O's players on Friday. Read their thoughts on a variety of team issues. Published March 27 2010
Arjuna Subramanian is live-blogging the Pirates/Blue Jays spring training game from Bradenton. Published March 27 2010
Arjuna Subramanian is blogging live from the Orioles/Twins game in Sarasota. Published March 26 2010
Spring training is the one place on earth where fans, officials, and players mix (somewhat) freely. Published March 26 2010
Sixty-three years ago, three of baseball's biggest personalities clashed at the Sarasota Terrace Hotel. Published March 25 2010
Thanks to free wireless aboard AirTran Airways, I'm starting my spring training coverage live from a cramped Boeing 717. Published March 24 2010
A ragtag division, a pair of position battles, and five very interesting players. Published March 21 2010
These thirty players will make or break their teams' seasons. Today I examine the five from the AL East. (Spoiler alert: No Derek Jeter.) Published March 19 2010
Using research from the gospel of sabermetrics, I provide a new look at the probable 2010 Orioles. Published March 17 2010
The Twins have locked up cornerstone Joe Mau---, sorry Denard Span, for five more years. Published March 13 2010
Five BPro writers. Steve Goldman, Clay Davenport, Kevin Goldstein, Jay Jaffe, and Matt Swartz, did an event in NW D.C. It was one cool hour-and-a-half. Published March 10 2010
Revisiting one of the most controversial baseball awards with different voting methods, including instant runoff, and Condorcet, voting. Published March 7 2010
During every spring training, there are big-name prospects trying to make the team out of camp. But when is the true right time for top prospects to play in the majors? Published March 4 2010
With spring training on the horizon, it's time to see why performance isn't indicative of success. Published March 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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