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Hellickson's New Toy


Jeremy Hellickson has introduced a cutter to his repertoire.

Welcome to the AL East, Scouting Michael Pineda Edition


Michael Pineda a Yankee. Here's an interactive pitch f/x scouting report.

Visualizing Pitch Selection: Fernando Rodney


An interactive graph detailing Fernando Rodney's pitch selection by count, complete with pitch type linear weights.

Why the Rays want Fernando Rodney


Fernando Rodney has one great pitch. That is what makes him so fixable.

Is there hope for Wade Davis? (part one)


An in-depth look through pitch-f/x data at whether Wade Davis is about to turn a corner.

An Interactive Scouting Tool For Colby Lewis


A new and improved interactive scouting tool for Colby Lewis, including the ability to filter by pitch result, pitch type, and count.

David Price's Cutter Is Better Than You Think


It seems like David Price has been losing games with his cutter. This version of events is histrionic, incorrect, and misleading.

How Jeremy Hellickson Gets His Popups


Jeremy Hellickson induces a lot of popups, which might be a repeatable skill. Here's an interactive look at how he gets them.


Who are you, and what have you done with Edwin Jackson?

Look there he is! via lostinsoxcountry.wordpress.com As I’m currently in NYC for the summer, I got a chance to see my boy Edwin Jackson pitch against the Yankees last Sunday. I proudly wore my R...


Scott Kazmir and the Magic of Rick Peterson

As a followup to RJ's and FreeZorilla's Kazmir post, I decided to look at Kazmir's pitch f/x to see if there was any difference between pre and post DL. Turns out, there's actually some interesting...

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