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Largely Theoretical Pitcher Arsenal Construction

I’ve been thinking about this fantastic article about pitch classification. I think about it maybe once or twice a day, but a little bit more recently because I’ve been thinking about how pitchers can be the best versions of themselves.

2 months ago

Updated 2024 Baseball Fan Survival Guide

Below is the updated version of my Baseball Fan Survival Guide for 2024. Looking forward to continuing to learn and grow so I can update it again in the offseason. I’ll post it as an image, so it’s easier to save if you’d like — enjoy!

3 months ago

Catcher Symbiosis: Part II

When I initially explored how well catchers work with their pitching staffs, I came to the conclusion that framing strike%, a catcher’s K/BB ratio, and their time spent in an organization are pieces of the puzzle but do not paint the whole ...

3 months ago

Trevor Megill should not take over for Devin Williams as the closer; he should be taking over for Corbin Burnes in the rotation

Back in November, I wrote about Megill and his outlier breaking ball. I’ve been on him since June of 2023 when I first noticed just how unique his curveball is. It’s one of the steepest and hardest pitches in the league:

3 months ago


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