Doug wraps up his mechanical analysis of the Futures Game rosters with a look at the World Team.
Evaluating the mechanics of the US pitchers in last Sunday’s Futures Game.
Doug examines R.A. Dickey’s mechanics to see how Dickey does things most knuckleballers couldn’t dream of.
The slide step is intended to help pitchers, but would they be better off without it?
Evaluating the mechanics of six pitchers chosen in the middle of the first round of this year’s draft.
Evaluating the mechanics of the first five pitchers chosen in this year’s draft.
Doug issues Mechanics Report Cards for four pitchers who throw from high arm slots: Clay Buchholz, James McDonald, Johnny Cueto, and Joe Wieland.
Getting the most out of an arm as valuable as Stephen Strasburg’s is a fraught task for the Nationals.
What are the real mechanical precursors of pitcher injury? And what is the real lesson of Mark Prior’s injury history?
Wondering what happened to the Ubaldo Jimenez the Indians thought they were acquiring? Look no further than his disintegrating mechanics.
A primer on how pitchers produce movement and vary velocity by gripping and releasing their pitches.
Is something physically or mechanically wrong with Tim Lincecum, or are his struggles to start the season something we’ve seen before?
How much does pitching on a downhill plane affect a pitcher’s ability to get ground balls?
Timing issues held Yu Darvish back in his first big-league start, but sound underlying mechanics suggest that he’ll soon put those struggles behind him.