None of this is actually required (except the commenting policy), but I highly recommend reading it. We’ll start with a selection of my work:
Capitol Avenue Club Commenting Policy
My Top Prospects. Updated Every Off-season.
My Tim Hudson Draft Article.
An Overview of the Braves’ Farm System.
The 36 Pitchers That Entertain Me The Most.
The Fundamental Organizational Flaw.
Stingyness Ranks. V. 2.0. Final 2009 Standings
Statistics, Metrics, and Statistical Analysis (with a little help from my friends)
Official Capitol Avenue Club Joke.
What We’ve Learned: Braves Through the All-Star Break (2009 ed.)
Rizzo was the Correct Choice
Lowe Adds Another Pitch to His Arsenal
(Short) History of Braves 1st Round Picks
The Norton Virus
Braves 2009 Season In Review
Party Like It’s 2008 (Or, Chipper Jones’ Historic 2008 Season)
My Baseball Playing Career
Thoughts on Relievers and Roster Construction
Fun With Beane Count
Reliever WXRL and Pythagorean Over Achievement
Can Managers Influence Pythagorean Over/Under Achievement
A Response to Someone Mike Silva Quoted
Derek Lowe and Future Value
On Pinch-Hitting Specialists
And now we’ll go to other internet reading.
Farewell 2008, a Postmortem by Mac Thomason. Part One, Part Two, and Part Four. Part 4 is especailly good.
Joe Posnanski: In Baseball, count can tell much about how hitter will fare. If anything should be required, this is it.
Wikipedia: Sabermetrics I recommend you play around and follow all the links from that page.
A Little Saber-Rant: Or Dan’s Demented Ramblings
A Couple of Questions for Sig Mejdal
The Transmission of Knowledge
More Pitching Randomness Than Just DIPS
Beyond the Box Score’s Sabermetric Writing Awards 2009
Viva El Birdos Sabermetric Primer
Hot Stove Myths
What Caused the “Steroid Era”?
The entire contents of the following pages:
Fangraphs, Bill James Online, Baseball Prospectus, and The Fielding Bible
And we have books:
The Numbers Game: Baseball’s Lifelong Fascination with Statistics
Baseball Between the Numbers: Why Everything You Know About the Game Is Wrong
The New Bill James Historical Abstract
Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game
The Neyer/James Guide to Pitchers: An Historical Compendium of Pitching, Pitchers, and Pitches
I’ll try to keep adding things to this page.