SABRcast with Rob Neyer

Baseball fans, tune in this season to SABRcast with Rob Neyer, a weekly podcast hosted by award-winning author and longtime SABR member Rob Neyer. SABRcast features insights and analysis of what’s happening in modern baseball on and off the field, plus compelling interviews with figures from around the game — and music from The Baseball Project.

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Neyer is a longtime baseball writer and editor for ESPN.com, SB Nation, and FoxSports.com. He began his career as a research assistant for groundbreaking baseball author Bill James and later worked for STATS, Inc. He has also written or co-written seven baseball books, including The Neyer/James Guide to Pitchers (with Bill James), winner of the Sporting News/SABR Baseball Research Award, and most recently Power Ball: Anatomy of a Modern Baseball Game, winner of the 2019 CASEY Award.

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Episode #147: January 31, 2022

Jake StoneThis week’s guest is Jake Stone, Director of Operations & Player Development at Penn State University. He is the instructor for the first course in SABR’s new Analytics Certification program, an online, on-demand curriculum offering professional development and learning opportunities. Stone has worked for the Baltimore Orioles and previously served as the head student manager at the University of Iowa. He is also the creator of the popular website and YouTube channel Simple Sabermetrics.

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Citi Field, home of the New York Mets (COURTESY OF THE NEW YORK METS)

“This War Needs Some Ground Rules”
By Russell A. Carleton, Baseball Prospectus

“In the ongoing saga of the MLB labor negotiation, “sources” told the usual intrepid reporters that franchise owners had agreed in principle (though not in dollar amount) to the idea of a pre-arbitration bonus pool. The pool, which would be funded from “central revenue” (no indication of from where the pot of money would be drawn), would provide bonuses to a select group of pre-arbitration eligible players. There was some ambiguity in which players would receive bonuses, but it would likely be “the good ones” and “good” would be determined by WAR. Here we go again.”

Archived Episodes

Episode #146: Terry Pluto (January 24, 2022)

Episode #145: Zack Hample (January 17, 2022)

Episode #144: Eno Sarris (January 10, 2022)

Episode #143: Jeff Neuman (January 3, 2022)

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