He was left for dead in 2011. Now he’s throwing as hard as ever. What’s the deal?
Kyle Gibson’s long-awaited major-league debut could be right around the corner.
On a May day 51 years ago, a Mets pitcher reached the height of his career.
Roy Halladay’s injury leaves a rotation spot up for grabs in Philly
He was the game’s ultimate travelling man and lived a baseball life like no one else.
What pitchers have done the worst against various squads across history? Let’s find out.
A different way to evaluate pitchers.
Most people know Josh as a replacement-level pitcher. But could he be more?
Continuing where Chris left off after last week’s article on NL teams
Who will develop into MLB’s next dominant starters, and how were they acquired?
Can you carve out an advantage by starting your fifth starter first? No, no you can’t.
Every team has that one pitcher who casts a spell on it. Who is it for NL squads?
Called strike and swing-and-miss strike leaders since 1988.
A look at Win Shares, RARP, and (mostly) WAR.
Or, 42 facts about Mariano Rivera
A look at the pitchers who specialize in whipping the hell out of the little teams of this earth (and stink against quality opponents).
Few batters enjoyed stepping in against this pellet-throwing left-hander.
Player development isn’t keeping up with the times.
How soon can we tell when a pitcher has the potential to be an ace?
Going back to the well with reader suggestions