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BABIP Insight and the Rays

Fangraphs interview Capo David Laurila had a nice review of a presentation by Dan Rosenheck at the recent Sloan Sports Analytics Conference hosted by MIT. ┬áBABIP is something that can be incredibly useful for framing how a batter has fared … Continue reading

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Hellickson to the DL? Sure, Why Not?

@m_weber noticed in today’s paper that Marc Topkin’s roster projection did not include Jeremy Hellickson. That opens up the possibility that Hellickson could start the season on the disabled list since he has been slowed by his hamstring injury. ┬áBefore … Continue reading

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Rays Starters vs Rays Starters

It is widely accepted that the Rays starting pitching staff is one of the better ones in baseball. In the top 50% of staff in the league? Yes. In the top third? Arguably, yes. In the top five? Debatable, depending … Continue reading

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Baseball America Edits Rays Top 30 List

SP Times’ Marc Topkin got the scoop that Baseball America has revised it’s top 30 list to reflect the new prospects gained in the Matt Garza deal. All four prospects (Fuld not one) placed in the top twenty with three … Continue reading

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Four Rays Makes Top 50 Prospects

MLB.com had their Top 50 prospect special tonight and four Rays made that list: Jeremy Hellickson – 2nd overall (2011 preview from 2 weeks ago) Desmond Jennings – 11th overall Matthew Moore – 27th overall Christopher Archer – 47th overall … Continue reading

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Jeremy Hellickson: 2011

Jeremy Hellickson quickly earned the adoration of the fan base with four amazing starts in the second half of the 2010 season when both Wade Davis and Jeff Niemann were on the disabled list. He moved to the bullpen to … Continue reading

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