Every look into injury data reveals something new.
Two historic Game Seven performances nine decades apart link Madison Bumgarner and Walter Johnson.
It’s been years, but the left-hander still gets a bum rap for his time with the Mets.
There’s reason to believe that so-so pitchers with good curves and sliders don’t use them enough.
See just how important pitch sequencing really is for pitchers and hitters.
Sometimes, unorthodox mechanics are a good thing.
Mike Norris was the best pitcher in the AL in 1980. Just a few years later, he was injured and out of baseball. What happened during his fabled 1980 season, and where did he go from there?
The director of No No: A Dockumentary discusses Dock Ellis’ famous no-hitter, and much, much more.
Inside Edge has developed a metric to collect all the things that simply don’t show up in the box score.
He had a spectacular year, but for a so-so team in Milwaukee. Nobody noticed.
The designated hitter didn’t materialize out of nowhere.
How low can it go?
Going in depth on recovery times, and how pitchers of different ages fare, and which surgeons are doing the work.
The data show that it is high time to give the vertically-challenged their due.
Could a team punt Game One against the other team’s ace to gain the upper hand for the rest of the series?
Let’s talk about quantifying the most efficient way to play a baseball game.
Why do some pitchers advance successfully through minor league levels, while some don’t? There’s more than “stuff” involved.
How does it feel to be all on your own for the first time on a major league mound?
Sometimes, it makes no sense for a team to add another good relief pitcher.
The reasons for keeping a failing player on one’s team range all over the map, but the core cause is misinterpretation.