Everything you need to know about identifying pitches using pitch-f/x data.
And I thought I wrote stupid columns.
Steve finds a whole lot to like in a new baseball novel you probably haven’t heard about yet.
It’s deja 1987 all over again
A video breakdown of two prized prospects: Boston’s Clay Buchholz and the Yankees’ Ian Kennedy.
In this turbulent period, the two biggest-winning teams in modern history get there with very different levels of farm production, while a third franchise struggles mightily despite tremendous talent development.
A week of games between playoff contenders have cleared some of the waters as we enter the final month.
Video analysis of Peavy’s mechanics with a special look at how he attacks hitters.
Chad Tracy and Curt Schilling are just two players dealing with injuries who could impact the playoffs down the stretch.
Vince offers ways in which teams can tap into the secondary ticket market.
It’s a forgotten story from one of the greatest pennant races ever. But in 1967, Jim Kaat had one of the greatest clutch stretches by any pitcher ever.
Sal learns that there are no efficient pitchers, only effective ones.
Who won? Who lost? Who has the “best mechanics”? What about the worst picks?
You might already know about Jay Bruce, but other guys are hot, too
The Diamondbacks have the best record in the NL despite getting outscored so far on the year. Sabermetric covnentional wisdom says that they’re a fluke who are over their heads. But read and find out why that’s wrong
Can we predict who’ll be better simply by analyzing their mechanics? Step into the ring. It’s Joba vs. Phil…
Pitch-by-pitch data for prospects, suspects and Adam Pettyjohn.
This week’s Baseball Injury Report asks the important questions.
Aaron Gleeman may be gone, but “Gleeman-length” recaps of the annual SABR convention remain a THT tradition.
Jeff Pearlman doesn’t like Barry Bonds.