If you’re a fantasy baseball player who focuses heavily on offseason research, you’re aware how quickly you can become inundated by numbers. It’s easy to get so bogged down in active spin, a pitcher’s unique arsenal and movement profiles that you forget to see the forest for the trees. Worse, you spend a lot of time researching pitching stats that stabilize a few starts in which — while helpful for in-season roster management — may not be the best route to take for offseason research. 


Rather than spending hours rabbit-holing on pitcher stats, I think it’d be better to focus one’s research on the metrics that are “stickiest” year over year. By finding out which metrics are most reliable, we can base our research on...

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