The box score won’t tell you this, but Julio Urias justified the hype in his debut.
The Mets have another ace on their hands, while the Astros’ fireballers show both promise and risk.
How do we recalibrate our reliance on the radar gun for modern-day pitching evaluation?
Where have you gone, past velocity? Should we be concerned your arm will break? Hey, hey, hey.
Standout pitching performances from the week, including Grays Sonny and Jon.
Standout arms (for good or ill) from this week, including, duh, Max Scherzer. Also Aroldis Chapman (good) and Luis Severino and Derek Holland (ill).
Revisiting last year’s biggest velocity changes, because change is just another word for regression to come.
Memo to Price: Slide away, and give it all you’ve got. That and other standout arms from week five, including Felix Hernandez and Kevin Gausman.
The best of the best shows why he’s the best, the continued excellence of Rick Porcello, and more.
The Twins’ top pitching prospect showed both why he’s heralded and why he’s a rookie on Wednesday.
Outstanding arms from week three, including Strasburg, Jose Fernandez and Drew Smyly.
Is the 2015 break out starter breaking down?
Four National League arms had notable performances this week, including the two most talked about young guns.
When you spend too much time admiring the beauty of the trees, you don’t realize the forest is on fire.
This Gang of Four provided some Entertainment! during the season’s opening salvo.
It was not a great first week of the season for these two west coast hurlers. Here’s why.