The Yankees’ pitching coach delves into his use of statistical analysis, the importance of consistency, and his work with A.J. Burnett and Phil Hughes.
Wrapping up a tour through the baseball rulebook with a look at discretionary calls, interference, neighborhood plays, the strike zone, rule changes, and instant replay.
The Jays righty talks about his five-plus seasons as a pro.
The Yankees outfielder talks about his disciplined approach.
Next up, checking in on the number of outs in an inning, the ground rules, and what can be appealed.
Looking at boundary calls, hit-by-pitches, and how to safely reach first base.
Continuing a look at the nitty-gritty in the rulebook, checking in on what constitutes a catch and a balk.
Fans love to call for the invention of RoboUmp, but the humans are the ones well-versed in the baseball rulebook.
The Mets’ fireballing setup man can hit 100 mph on the radar gun, but it’s his improved slider that he hopes will give him an unstoppable arsenal.
A Red Sox prospect stays connected with the world.
A Twins prospect looks to add aggression to his game.
Though he’s not slotted to pitch the ninth inning anymore, the new Red Sox set-up man is comfortable in his role and ready to contribute.
The former top prospect discusses his rocky road in the majors, how he has overhauled his pitching mechanics, and his mental approach to the game.
Though the versatile fielder isn’t a star, he brings more than just defensive flexibility to the table.