Johnny Cueto is a good pitcher. Johnny Cueto is a quirky pitcher. Is there a causal relationship?
On Carlos Carrasco’s excellent six weeks in Cleveland
A close look at the mechanics of two starters who’ve taken steps forward in 2014.
Close looks at the mechanics of first-round picks Kyle Freeland, Kodi Medeiros, Sean Newcomb, and Brandon Finnegan
Mechanical looks at four more first-rounders selected in the first round of the amateur draft.
The book on Abreu said that he’d struggle against inside heat. Has the book been right?
Mechanical looks at big-time pitching draft prospect Brady Aiken, Tyler Kolek, Carlos Rodon and Jeff Hoffman.
Ben and Sam discuss the Jose Fernandez injury and talk to Corey Dawkins and Doug Thorburn about the Tommy John rehab process and why pitchers keep getting hurt.
Breaking down the mechanics of high-octane setup men Chris Withrow and Dellin Betances.
The skinny on the pitch that’s taking baseball by storm.
Examining Homer Bailey, Danny Salazar, and Justin Masterson.
Ben discusses the origins and implications of baseball’s skyrocketing strikeout rate with a panel of experts including Harry Pavlidis, Rob Neyer, Brian Bannister, and Alan Nathan.
The Yankees’ new starter appears to have the most important attribute of them all: the ability to make adjustment.
Doug looks for signs of mechanical progress by Yordano Ventura, Trevor Bauer, Chris Archer, and Erasmo Ramirez.
Does Max Scherzer have a secret skill, and if so, can it be taught to other pitchers?