May 24, 2013
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About Lucas ApostolerisLucas Apostoleris is a baseball fan born and raised in New England. His affinity for the New York Yankees often prohibits him from wearing t-shirts of his favorite team in restaurants. He also writes for Beyond the Boxscore and his own blog, Don't Bring In The Lefty, and welcomes comments on Twitter @DBITLefty. When he's not involving himself with baseball, Lucas is probably listening to, playing, or composing music.
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The Rays look to build on their impressive 2011 run.
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He looks like a pretty interesting free agent target. Should we be worried about his recent lack of ground balls?
Coming off one of the most dramatic rolls in the history of baseball, the Rays are ready to rock.
The Rays are coming!
It's coming down to the Yankees and Red Sox. Who would've guessed?
The Rays are looking on from close range, but the Yankees and Red Sox look like the teams to beat.
Michael Pineda and Zach Britton have only been in the majors for a few months, but they're providing plenty of value to their respective teams.
Moving away from the corners to look at league averages in larger regions of the strike zone.
Identifying which pitchers stay around the edges of the plate.
Some intriguing situations in the majors' tightest division.
Dropping the slider might've been a very good move for Trevor Cahill.
Taking a crack at quantifying count-based fastball velocity variance.
Since returning from Japan, Colby Lewis has quickly established himself as a front-end starter.
PITCHf/x scouting on the groundball specialist.