December 11, 2013
And here's the full roster.
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Nor we will use a lame hops-and-barley metaphor for creating the right mix for 2012.
Looking at the freshly minted NL Central champs
This once-hot division battle has cooled completely
The National League Central is a four-team battle. (Plus PITCH-f/x team performance)
A bounty of PITCHf/x from the prospects in Phoenix.
Pitching woes and wows.
It's been a year—time for new PITCHf/x-based benchmarks.
The division champs figure to be a major player again in the NL Central.
Would you part ways with Francisco Liriano?
What's in store for the Toronto top prospect.
Harry Pavlidis examines Matt Garza's prospects in the major leagues.
A glimpse into some detailed research on conversion factors.