Clayton Kershaw’s been giving up dingers this year. Weird. Should we worry about it?
Some of history’s greatest hitters have stepped on the big league mound.
Jon Roegele is back with his periodic update about the ups and downs and ins and outs of the strike zone.
Reliever performance, and manager evaluations of that performance, can be fickle.
Can a particular kind of pitcher – or pitch – help defuse the home run explosion?
Sometimes the truth is more mundane than fiction.
Creating pitch tunnels is great, but should doing so be the gold standard factor in pitch selection?
For some, that one cup of coffee was bitter. For others, it was sweet. For each, it’s all he would ever get.
For some players, the yips may not be an entirely mental condition.
Win Probability Added is a great metric, but we can improve upon it.
Do pitchers with different styles make a difference?
New research into measuring pitching on a pitch-by-pitch basis.
Let’s compare the talents of pitchers and pilots.
With the recent home run explosion, it’s OK to wait a little longer for starting pitching.
These unheralded pitchers can sometimes make all the difference in the world.
From Europe to Asia to the Carribean – and even, in one case – an actual ocean, we begin the construction of an all-world team.
How do pitchers best deceive batters with their breaking balls?
Pitch tracking may now be affordable at the college and high school levels.
A former pitcher’s new book rivals those of Jim Bouton and Jim Brosnan
For the first time online, here is Jeff’s essay from THT 2017.