Cardinals teammates Matt Carpenter and Tommy Pham provide two sides to the same story.
Zack uses the Cubs as an example of how it isn’t always getting better, Nathan uses Jean Segura for a hint that it is, while Martin discovers the origins of modern hitting philosophy.
What will happen to baseball statistics as X approaches zero?
Exploring the last stop for Denton True Young, and looking at the advanced statistics of some of your syndicated television viewing options.
Pitching metrics disagree when it comes to the D’backs lefty, but does his Statcast data reveal his true skill level?
How exit velocity, spin rate, and other new metrics can help guide your player choices this season.
‘If 20 years ago, baseball understanding was a puddle, it’s now a mineshaft, not a pool.’
The Pirates’ struggles this year might have more to do with the entire rest of the league than Pittsburgh’s pitchers themselves.
What you need to know before your sweeping take about a player’s exit velocity.
The weirdest thing happened to the Reds’ ace. Meanwhile, good job Chris Sale, good job Orioles, good job Jordan Zimmermann, great job Aaron Hicks.
Why doesn’t Aroldis Chapman get groundball double plays?
Could Trevor May be a hidden gem? What improvements does he need to make to be successful?
Statcast gives us a view on pitch spin that we haven’t had before
These hurlers are worth monitoring because of the pace at which their offerings leave opponents’ bats.
How Statcast exit velocity impacts the future of fantasy baseball analysis.