The White Sox ace finally gets hit, while Matt Harvey continues to get hit and Jackie Bradley continues to get hits.
Ben, Sam, and listener Corey McMahon plug the Saberseminar, then answer listener emails about automated strike zones, Jackie Bradley, Mike Trout, Bill Wambsganss, Willians Astudillo and more.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Zach Eflin, Bradley Zimmer, Mike Yastrzemski, and Andrew Morales.
Recapping the moves made by the experts in the TGDX experts dynasty leagues this week.
It’s been a rough start to the season for many of the top-50 starters, driving some changes in this midyear rerank.
Reranking the closers, factoring in their early-season performances.
Tim Lincecum finds a home for his comeback, Blake Swihart rejoins the Red Sox as an outfielder, and the Braves buy a draft pick.
Batters increase the “swing zone” as the season goes on. To try to understand why, we need to know how.
When runners are in scoring position, home runs go down, while everything else–including doubles and triples–goes up. Why?
A look at what we’re talking about when we talk about the fastball.