Flash back to the first time Porcello competed for a spot in a crowded Tiger rotation.
Does separating starters of the same type in the same rotation make sense?
Can velocity changes in March and April reveal whether the radar gun will be a pitcher’s friend or foe throughout the season?
Comparing the rotations of the Rays and Brewers reveals two organizations with drastically different philosophies about pitching mechanics.
Which pitchers have lost velocity over the past few seasons, and why?
A look at three top 10-pitching prospects who recently made their PITCHf/x debuts in Arizona.
Which pitchers have managed to defy Father Time and add velo as they’ve aged?
Why do pitchers who allow fewer home runs hurt their elbows more often?
Meet Steven Wright.
Improved maturity and command have been crucial to Johnny Cueto’s recent success.
Sofa-scouting the mechanics of two high-profile pitching prospects.
The final word on whether the popular theory holds water or is fatally flawed.
What conclusions can we draw from studying the incremental mechanical refinements of great pitchers past?
The times when pitchers threw way too many balls and not nearly enough strikes.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about pitcher injuries and pitching prospects, hitter BABIPs (specifically Mike Trout’s), and whether they boo baseball players.