December 8, 2013
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About Kyle BoddyKyle Boddy is the owner of Driveline Baseball and Driveline Biomechanics Research, both in Seattle, Washington. At his facility, he's melded statistical analysis, strength & conditioning, prehab/rehab, and advanced biomechanical analysis concepts to develop improved efficiency, durability, and fastball velocity of baseball pitchers. He is the author of The Dynamic Pitcher, a comprehensive book and video set dedicated to developing elite youth baseball pitchers. He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and found on Twitter: @drivelinebases.
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The flamethrowing right-hander fell in the draft because of his mechanics and his size. He's going to prove everyone wrong.
How one pitcher's mechanics changed in a single season. One thing holds true...
Hultzen was the Seattle Mariners' first-round pick, second overall. What's going on with his pitching shoulder?
How Ryan Buchter went from journeyman reliever to elite relief pitching prospect in one offseason
Tommy Hanson's velocity has been on a serious decline. So what gives with the suddenly restored velocity?
He was left for dead in 2011. Now he's throwing as hard as ever. What's the deal?
Most people know Josh as a replacement-level pitcher. But could he be more?
Player development isn't keeping up with the times.
This right-hander has similarities to another Bruin, who was a high-round draft pick.