With the saves record set, will he repeat his 2002 heroics in the postseason? And will his arm eventually fall off, or won’t it?
The Phillies lost a highly-regarded center fielder last winter, but they already had his replacement on hand.
The Cubs’ Game One starter made an amazingly effective switch from the pen to the rotation, but that wasn’t the only kink in his career path.
Will the new-look Marlins ace use a new repertoire to play Met-killer today?
The sandwich salesman sizzles down the stretch, but it has been a down year for the Phillies slugger. What’s amiss?
From Buffalo banishment to AL Cy Young contender from one season to the next, how’s he doing it?
Where did he come from, and can the Cardinals count on him in the games and years to come?
Tweaking last week’s evaluation underscores that a watchword shouldn’t become a stat to watch.
The recent conversation with Max Scherzer led to an investigation over whether A3P is a metric or a mantra.
It turns out Brian Bannister isn’t alone, as the D’backs’ fireballer talks about his own numbers-crunching.
Can he give the Braves what they need as the main man in their bullpen?
In the second part of two, a further investigation of the impact of having to throw a lot, early on starting pitchers.
How do starters who throw particularly high pitch-count initial innings perform subsequently?
The shape of the blistering-hot performance of the Dodgers shortstop.