Were there any warning signs that Matt Harvey was about to be hurt?
Which factors affect the size and shape of the called strike zone?
Did the starters and relievers who worked in the Futures Game and the All-Star Game enjoy velocity bumps? Harry digs into the PITCHf/x data for the answer.
Examining the performance of the players who aren’t supposed to pitch.
Maybe it’s not the umpires that need to change.
Defending Marty Foster, and why arguing balls and strikes is never as simple as it seems.
Paul Maholm assumes the mantle of the sub-60-mph strike.
An in-depth look at what Darvish does well and what he’s doing differently.
The scoop on of the strangest home runs you’ll see hit this season.
A PITCHf/x look at the type of arsenal that fares well at altitude.
Harry identifies the starters who gained or lost the most speed between the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013.
The latest batch of PITCHf/x newcomers features a Dodgers minor leaguer and two members of the Dutch national team.
Jered Weaver’s arm slot might be back to where it was several years ago. What would that mean?
Can velocity changes in March and April reveal whether the radar gun will be a pitcher’s friend or foe throughout the season?
A look at three top 10-pitching prospects who recently made their PITCHf/x debuts in Arizona.