Sure, it was never really about ridding our airwaves of that menace to intelligent baseball discussion/albatross around the neck of the Best Voice in Baseball. In fact, they seem a bit ashamed of the name, now.
It wasn't even all about the stats. It was about comedy, and using that comedy to poke holes in the silly, illogical, dusty old memes of baseball. They took VORP and OPS and translated them into something accessible to those outside the laboratories of baseball's mad SABRmetricians, helping to show that the doctrines of the stat guys, are often, above all else, just rooted in plain old common sense.
You can find "best of" lists elsewhere. Around here, nearly every post we read was "best," at least until the next one, and we're sad to see FJM go. Still, in both sports and comedy there's something to be said for leaving while people still feel that way. In the words of one wise sage, "Showmanship, George. When you hit that high note, you say goodnight and walk off."