June 19, 2013
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About Harry PavlidisHarry Pavlidis is a baseball analyst and writer in Chicago, IL. He is a native of New Jersey and a graduate of Syracuse University.
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Becoming a Brewer is just another change.
Nine possibilities, not for the faint of heart or thin of wallet.
The bluest of blue chips ...
Cy Young ballots probably won't include Jered's name.
Batted balls, reliability and measuring pitchers.
From Nats to Yanks, we complete our look at the pitchers traded last week.
Running down the pitchers who changed teams at the non-waiver trade deadline.
Who saw it coming? The Braves, the Reds, the Padres.
A look at the five left-handed pitchers from the 2010 Futures Game.
A look at the possible impact of adding and dropping pitches.
From three pitches to five to ... three?
How did Jered Weaver become an even better pitcher?
What did his pitching coach find?
How do different pitches measure up?
A rookie's road to the majors and his PITCHf/x flights.
Seven teams included a rookie in their 2010 Opening Day roster.
Only the few survive in the majors
PITCHf/x check-ins on four 2009 first-round picks
The Rangers' 2006 top pick is still looking to make his mark.
Toronto is choosing among three relievers with ties to the North Siders
What's a line drive? It depends on your perspective.
Did the Big Z just drop his best pitch?
If not a ground ball, what?
A look back at the class of 2009 via PITCHf/x
These 29 have the right markings.