Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Market For Robinson Cano

It appears that Robinson Cano is in a bit of a conundrum. ESPN New York reports: It’s hardball time. The Yankees have put a seven-year, $160 million proposal on the table for Cano and aren’t willing to go much higher. … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Brian McCann Signing

It appears we have what I would consider to be the first really good signing of the 2013-2014 offseason, and that comes in the form of a 5 year, $85 million contract for former Brave and newest Yankee Brian McCann. … Continue reading

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Evaluating the Hunter Pence Contract (w/ a side of BEANS)

Earlier, I dissected the Pence contract, and came to the conclusion that he would be need to be worth about 15.5 WAR to make the contract “worth it” in this baseball economy. Let’s use BEANS, which has a built-in long … Continue reading

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BEANS: A New Projection System

EDIT: If you’re looking for BEANS’ pitcher projections for 2014, they are available here. As if we needed another foray into the world of projections, I’m doing it anyway. I designed BEANS (Baseball Empirical ANalysis System) largely to project players … Continue reading

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