Ian York uses PITCHf/x and his unique charts to determine if John Hirschbeck called an even game behind the plate in Game Three of the World Series.
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Damian Dydyn looks at Chase Utley and the illegal slide, and determines that a double play should have been called.
Does a .300 hitter actually hit .300? Mike Richmond takes a look to see how long it takes for a hitter's true talent to shine through.
Ian York uses his unique charts and mountains of data to show that an average MLB player’s offensive peak and decline can be predicted based upon their debut age.
Mike Richmond had a chance to pick the mind of former independent league pitcher Geoff Freeborn who threw sidearm and currently teaches others the delivery.
Ian York examines how umpires call the strike zone, focusing on the way specific umpires called it in 2016 and who the most and least favorable umps were.
Ian York compiled the umpire strike zone changes over the PITCHf/x era of all umpires who pitches 30 games in any one year.
Ian York uses total bases per 100 pitches to determine the most and least improved pitches from the 2016 season.
Ian York determines the change in fastball value from 2015 to 2016 using total bases per 100 pitches and offers a ranking of all pitchers from MLB.
Ian York determines the change in slider value from 2015 to 2016 using total bases per 100 pitches and offers a ranking of all pitchers from MLB.