This Week In Baseball Writing October 1, 2015

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Sons of Sam Horn works tirelessly to deliver quality baseball articles to our readers. But writers around the internet produce high-level baseball writing every day, some of which you may have missed.

This Week in Baseball Writing pulls together some of our favorite pieces and shares them with you to ensure our loyal readers have access to the great work being produced about the sport we love.

The Revolution Will Be Meticulously Tracked: Welcome To The Statcast Era
Aaron Gordon at Vice Sports explains how Statcast is changing the way analysts look at baseball.
Mets’ Psychologist Helps Players Catch Their Breath

Tim Rohan at the New York Times goes into the way the sports psychologists help players cope with the ups and downs of a baseball season.

Trouble In Baltimore? Showalter and Duquette Reaching A Breaking Point

Aaron Gleeman explains how the situation between a manager and a general manager can lead to finger pointing when things don’t go as planned.

Don’t Call It a Comeback

Hear the story of the 35-year-old pitcher from the man himself. Rich Hill wrote about his own story at The Players’ Tribune.

What Zack Greinke Learned from Felix Hernandez Exactly

Eno Sarris at Fangraphs delves into Zack Greinke’s pitch usage and where pitch classification systems can get it wrong.

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Check out Brandon Magee’s Salem Red Sox offensive review, Tom Wright’s elimination articles about the Washington Nationals and Tampa Bay Rays, and Lisa Carney’s look at the Clay Buchholz option.

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