Breaking down the mechanics of the top two picks from the 2011 amateur draft.
One pitcher per playoff team who makes a convincing case in favor of watching every pitch of post-season baseball.
What can a closer look at Carl Crawford’s shifting approach at the plate tell us about his likelihood of success in Los Angeles?
Can mechanical changes help explain what went wrong with Dan Haren, Tommy Hanson, Jon Lester, and Ricky Romero this season?
Strikeouts are up this season, and this quartet of untouchable closers is driving the trend.
For a while, Ervin Santana was bad, but lately he’s been better. Is the successful Santana here to stay?
Your team’s struggling star just made a mechanical tweak. Is a rebound just around the corner?
Checking in on five prominent starters who’ve seen noticeable changes in their mechanical timing this season.
Doug dissects the mechanics of Oakland’s surprisingly successful starters.
Two of the best young lefties in the game faced off earlier this week. Doug breaks down the matchup.
Doug wraps up his look at the top pitchers selected in the 2012 draft with five arms from the supplemental round, including the one with the draft’s best mechanics.
We haven’t seen much of Michael Ynoa since the A’s signed him to a big bonus in 2008, but he’s healthy now and still showing plenty of promise.
How do left-handed specialists make the most of their platoon advantage, and at what cost does their approach come?
Earlier this week, Zack Greinke opposed Rays starter Jeremy Hellickson in his Angels debut. Doug reviews each player’s approach to pitching.
Doug wraps up his mechanical analysis of the Futures Game rosters with a look at the World Team.