The “6-year Window” Theory: What it is and How it Works

Ladies and gentlemen, I have a theory about successful baseball teams and how most organizations should try to run. Yes, there will always be exceptions but I have a rule of thumb. I call it: the “6-year window”.  Now what does this mean exactly? Allow me to explain. We’ve seen that most teams that becomeContinue reading “The “6-year Window” Theory: What it is and How it Works”

Looking at Every Team’s Biggest Homerun Ever: AL East

Prologue Stahead.com has a statistic that can calculate the percent change in World Series Chances based on a single play in a game. I used this data to find the most important homerun in every single team’s history. I am going to make six separate posts for each division going through every single team’s biggestContinue reading “Looking at Every Team’s Biggest Homerun Ever: AL East”

Free Agent Breakdown: Michael Brantley

Player Breakdown Michael Brantley started his career as a seventh round draft pick by the Milwaukee Brewers. He was traded to the Indians as a Player to be Named Later as part of the CC Sabathia deal. I’m sure Milwaukee still regrets sending him over to this day. Brantley’s first and second year with ClevelandContinue reading “Free Agent Breakdown: Michael Brantley”

Doomed: Can the Red Sox Develop Jay Groome?

Jay Groome looked like the real deal coming out of the 2016 MLB Draft, as the 12th overall pick by the Red Sox coming out of Barnegat High School in Barnegat Township, New Jersey. A blazing fastball that topped out in the high 90’s with solid control of his off-speed pitches. He fits the buildContinue reading “Doomed: Can the Red Sox Develop Jay Groome?”