What the Lord giveth, the MLB hitter taketh away…
At 44, Johnson has come back from the DL to pitch great in his first three starts. Here, with the help of PITCHfx, is how he’s doing it
Dissecting one of the top young pitchers in baseball.
How relief pitchers fare depending on the number of days they’ve had off
Which is the better pitch: an 87-mph fastball on the outside corner or 96 down the middle? John has a look using (of course) PITCHf/x.
The wonderful secondary skill marvel that is Carlos Pena and a surplus of lucky dog relievers highlight this week’s THT Awards.
… and along the way the ability of man to throw left handed.
New technology lets us explore longstanding baseball questions
A sub is fine. A supersub is better. But to be the very best of subs is, yes, to be a superdupersub.
Here’s how he’s getting the job done.
In this week’s awards, we touch on the Tigers losing, some lucky Nats hurlers, and a really, really lucky break for a Canadian who wears goggles.
You can already feel your shoulders slump.
How Tim Hudson succeeded without his best stuff
More than a feeling, less than a given, are the Rays ready to take the next step?
How the Padres star does it
Where to look for meaning in a rebuilding season.
Last year they made history—will the Johan Santana trade mean they’ll be history?
On March 11, 1901, John McGraw announced the signing of Tokohama, a Native American he hoped to deploy at second base for his Baltimore Orioles. That was just one of the transactional shenanigans that took place during this week of March.