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Does Revenue Sharing Explain Declining Runs Scored? Part II

Something rather interesting happened over the last decade in Major League Baseball: the game’s biggest markets did not uniformly produce skyrocketing payrolls throughout the full decade. Some of this may be cultural: if there is one particularly “en vogue” area of Moneyball that caught fire,… [More]

Kershaw, Greinke, Lohse, Gallardo: Value & Dependability

Clayton Kershaw‘s seven-year, $215 million contract might be the first megadeal in MLB history that seems like a bargain. First and foremost, Kershaw’s exceptional pitching record does not make it strange to hear that he’s the best-paid pitcher in MLB-history. Not only does Kershaw boast… [More]

Braun Round-Up: Experiencing Evidence and “Guilt”

Here at Disciples of Uecker, J.P. Breen and Jaymes Langrehr presented informative, concise reporting about Ryan Braun‘s alleged links to Miami’s Biogenesis clinic, and the Yahoo! Sports report that leaked documents pertaining to Braun and the Biogenesis clinic. While they covered a lot of ground,… [More]