It's good for both, but better for analyzing past performance. At least when it comes to more broad stats. You then try to discover trends in those numbers
Nomaas guys are not as smart as they think they are.
In fact I would say dumb.
Mike Axisa I respect, for the most part he is
What do you feel the best aspect of using saber-metrics would be? Would it be to analyze what we have witnessed or to predict what we feel could be?
I'd bet given the all the hype surrounding Moncada that $50M or even slightly will be the winning contract bid.
I've read articles questioning James over the last couple years. It usually points to him having more of a front office mentality now as compared to previously
Bill James has said a lot of head scratching things as a supposed SABR inclined person in TV appearances on MLB network. Which if you notice it even seems