Pour one out for Brad Radke and his spiritual descendants.
Regardless of whether the Rocket was clean, his mechanics were a beautiful sight to behold.
Felix Hernandez has been a phenom for years, but his pitching style has changed significantly since he made it to the majors.
Is it worth paying certain pitchers more for what they do when they’re not on the mound?
Ben and Sam ask and answer eight mostly unrelated questions about baseball and themselves.
Doug digs through his back catalog to bring BP readers up to speed on how he got here.
Doug wraps up his visual guide to breaking down pitcher deliveries.
How does Doug decide what grade to give pitchers on their mechanics report cards? Here’s a visual guide.
Ben and Sam discuss Koji Uehara’s signing with the Red Sox and attempt to figure out why he doesn’t make more money and high-leverage appearances.
Don’t become so fixated on the throwing arm during that time you forget about what’s going on with the glove side.
If the Cardinals’ high-risk rotation needs help in 2013, can they rely on a pair of pitching prospects to plug the holes?
Pedro’s flawless repetition made his unparalleled career possible.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about the importance of coaches, defensive stats, and how we know whether pitchers should gain or lose weight, with guest appearances by Colin Wyers and Doug Thorburn.
Randy Johnson was one of the most dominant pitchers of his or any era, but his peak wouldn’t have been possible without continual mechanical tinkering.
Ben and Sam discuss what the Ervin Santana trade says about the Royals’ rotation and the pitching market, then talk about what Rick Hahn’s ascension to the GM role in Chicago means for the future of front offices.