The fantasy crew runs down the starters it expects to beat their PECOTA projections in punchouts.
Gerrit Cole helps Pittsburgh seal win no. 82, Juan Uribe breaks out, Gio Gonzalez nearly no-hits the Mets, plus Andrelton Simmons and more.
The return of Justin Upton’s power has propelled the Braves to a sizzling hot streak.
Five hitters and five pitchers PECOTA thinks will sink in 2013.
What happened when pitchers temporarily forgot how to throw strikes last season?
Gio Gonzalez took a big step forward statistically last season, and his breakout was backed up by mechanical improvements.
PECOTA prefers Stephen Strasburg were going, but the Nationals will instead hopes a different ace can bounce back from a wild outing.
The Nationals got behind in the game but get ahead in the series.
The National League’s best offense takes on the National League’s best record.
The Nats and Cards kick off their series with a matchup between Gio Gonzalez and Adam Wainwright in St. Louis.
Ben and Sam examine how the Nationals have gone about implementing and publicizing Stephen Strasburg’s innings limit and revisit Billy Beane’s trades from last winter in light of Oakland’s success.
Brandon Beachy’s impending Tommy John surgery is the latest reminder that a team can never have enough pitching.
If you had to pick a pitcher for a big game tomorrow, who would you take? How about a big game in 2015? Some MLB execs weigh in with their choices.
The Astros have performed above expectations so far and are not concerned about moving to the AL West in 2013, and a conversation with Gio Gonzalez.
Two starting pitchers are putting up elite strikeout rates this year, without adding new pitches or heaps of velocity. This is how.