Daniel Norris looked strong in his first taste of the big leagues and still has room to grow.
The Nats bring a deep roster, a particularly talented rotation, and the NL’s best record to face a team that has been an October juggernaut.
Four postseason games, with the first pitch scheduled before breakfast on the West Coast. Previews of all four of them.
On Carlos Carrasco’s excellent six weeks in Cleveland
The lesser-known Angels starters have kept the rotation above water.
How have Kyle Hendricks and Tsuyoshi Wada done so well replacing Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel?
David Price allowed eight earned runs without getting out of the third inning. How did that happen?
An examination of the deliveries of the best and worst right-handers at controlling the running game
Teams aren’t letting pitchers throw 140 pitches in a game anymore, so why are they still getting hurt?
What does recovery from Tommy John surgery look like for elite pitchers? Doug Thorburn examines Jordan Zimmermann, Stephen Strasburg, and Adam Wainwright to find out.
Doug trains his lens on deliveries weird, unwieldy, and wackadoodle.
The mechanical roots of Shelby Miller’s struggles.
Mechanical analyses of Jacob deGrom, Drew Hutchison, and Jesse Hahn
A close look at the mechanics of two starters who’ve taken steps forward in 2014.