Ben Cherington’s crowded lineup projects to score the most runs in the league.
This above all: to thine own self be true, / And it must follow, as the night the day, / Thou canst hit many dingers.
On Puig’s performance against fastballs, and young hitters’ performance in general.
How much does a hitter’s performance depend on the quality of pitches he sees?
Hitting a baseball is hard. What brain structures and processes allow big-league batters to do it?
Is the Royals’ first baseman coming out of his slump, or still struggling?
One of baseball’s most selective hitters gets into the swing of things.
Hitting comes naturally, or else it comes with a lot of practice. Matt shares lessons learned from a lot of practice.
An exegesis of Cage Rat, the Yankee hitting coach’s treatise on being handy with a bat.
Is it worth paying certain pitchers more for what they do when they’re not on the mound?