Archive for the ‘by Brendan Bingham’ Category

Do we have to worry about vultures?

Posted: 7th February 2011 by Graham Womack in by Brendan Bingham

The following guest post was written by Brendan Bingham With Felix Hernandez having won the AL Cy Young Award and Bert Blyleven’s recent election to the Hall of Fame, it seems that wins and losses have fallen out of favor as the primary measures of a pitcher’s success.  However, we remain a long way from […]

Viewing a Memorable Trade with 20-20 Hindsight

Posted: 24th December 2010 by Graham Womack in by Brendan Bingham

I’m pleased to present another first guest post, this time from Brendan Bingham, a regular reader and fellow member of the Society for American Baseball Research. Brendan recently offered to write something here, and I had no idea his approach would be so analytical, research-driven, or thorough. Enjoy. _______________ Trades in baseball are made looking […]