We know the Twins use PITCHf/x data. That’s about it.
Even if you figure out what Darvish has done, you might not know what he’s about to do.
Can mechanical changes help explain what went wrong with Dan Haren, Tommy Hanson, Jon Lester, and Ricky Romero this season?
A new way to visualize and analyze every batter-pitcher matchup from the PITCHf/x era.
BP and Brooks Baseball roll out their latest assault on your free time.
Want to know not just what pitches a pitcher throws, but where, when, and in what order he throws them? Now you can.
Does a look at Stephen Strasburg’s PITCHf/x data reveal what might have caused the Nationals to shut him down early?
For a while, Ervin Santana was bad, but lately he’s been better. Is the successful Santana here to stay?
Was Stephen Strasburg’s velocity loss during his last start atypical? And if so, should we be worried?
Clay Buchholz is known for throwing a nasty changeup, but he’s added a new off-speed pitch to his arsenal in 2012.
Josh Beckett isn’t the ace he was in 2007, but what about him has changed over the past five seasons?
Jered Weaver has turned himself into a lefty-killer. Dan looks at how he has changed his approach.
In the inaugural PITCHf/x mailbag, Harry and Dan examine how batters and pitchers behave on 3-0 counts.
A few days after the rollout of the BP Hitter Profiles, we present their companion piece, the Pitcher Profiles.
We roll out a new feature designed to help you dig deeper into how pitchers approach hitters and how hitters respond.
Max continues his investigation into how starters and relievers and hard throwers and soft tossers alter their velocity depending on the situation and opponent.