One of the more subtle stories of the dawn of the statistical revolution in baseball was the case of Frank Thomas. Frank was a big slugger, but not exactly graceful in the field. Since he played in the American League for a long while, he often was slotted as the DH. On paper, this would … Continue reading Please, Play Miguel Sano at Third Base
Considering the statistics we had available and the difficulty in predicting future success, our model performed well.