Mid-season adjustments put the Royals pitching prospect on the path to prominence.
Is there a sweet spot for velocity?
A look at the young pitchers Doug will be doing deep dives on this offseason.
Ben and Sam talk about ALCS Game 4 and NLCS Game 5, then answer listener emails about sabermetrics and strikeouts.
Ben and Sam discuss the latest action in a pitching-dominated postseason, then answer emails about power outages, platoon splits, and more.
The Red Sox can’t hit. The Tigers can’t win.
Across two days, the guys talk about what the playoff matchups MIGHT be and then what they are and they do so without a flux capacitator, too.
The guys aren’t dead! Just a brief hiatus, but they are back to talk tons of pitching greatness including youngster Max Scherzer and Matt Harvey!
Four authors used different methods to watch the same pitcher make the same start. These are their reviews of that pitcher’s performance.
What makes Koji Uehara amazing enough to retire 37 consecutive batters?
Ben, Sam, and guest Harry Pavlidis draft slow-throwing starters, and Harry explains the intricacies of classifying pitches and scouting pitchers from PITCHf/x.
It didn’t take long for Pirates starter Gerrit Cole to start to miss more bats.
Do starters who are worked hard in college get injured more often in the minors and majors?
Mechanical analysis of three of the AL’s dominant closers.
The guys get one of Felix’s worst starts of the season to break down as Texas unloads on him in the second inning. Plus Alex Wood’s insanity and Doug goes to Boston!
Were there any warning signs that Matt Harvey was about to be hurt?