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swyck wrote:I like the quadrant analysis.
However I see a number of pitchers with 17+ k and even 18+k in the SW quad, e.g. Oswalt, Shields, which I don't think is correct based on your rankings. That would move a lot of them in to the SE quad.
As for Niemann he was a rookie that started off slow. His second half K rate was much higher, and GB rate increased as well. Plus his K rates were nice in the minors. Yeah I'd be cautious because he is young and he may not improve, but targeting him late wouldn't be a bad thing.
Would love to see a cube analysis incorporating bb%.
AussieDodger wrote:Ender wrote:FIP beat xFIP for next year predictions btw, so I'll eat some crow~.
Ender wrote:But again they park adjusted it so you would expect that to favor FIP over xFIP. xFIP is trying to pull the HR park adjustment out of the equation. I think in general it is important to look at both of them and the way they trend when judging a pitcher.
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