Believe it or not, there was once a time when baseball statistics meant 61 homers, 4192 hits, 56 consecutive games, and 17 beers consumed. But that was before sabremetrics—the science of baseball statistics named after the Society for American Baseball Research, or SABR. Now we can't open up a newspaper or flip on a game without hearing about pitch counts, on-base percentage, and situational hitting. It's changed the way we understand the game, but which numbers really mean something, and what do they mean anyway? With hot-stove league baseball in full swing, and a copy of the... More >>>