How Does Wade Miley Do It?

Wade Miley is an inspiration to left-handers everywhere. He hasn’t actually been a good pitcher since 2013, when he was slightly above average (109 ERA+), after placing second in Rookie of the Year award voting in 2012. In the...
Eduardo Rodriguez

The New Eduardo Rodriguez

It’s a compliment to Eduardo Rodriguez to say he has been a disappointment the last two years. One of only 18 players to pitch at least 100 innings this season at the age of 24 or younger, the left-hander...

The New and Improved Drew Pomeranz

Drew Pomeranz joined the Red Sox halfway through the 2016 season.  He had been having a very good season for San Diego, but was mediocre for the Red Sox in the regular season, and outright bad in the post-season....

Corey Kluber in 2017

Cleveland’s Corey Kluber is once again a serious Cy Young award contender in 2017, after placing third in 2016, ninth in 2015, and winning the award in 2014. So far in 2017, the right-handed pitcher is having one of...

The Fister File

The Red Sox signed right-handed pitcher Doug Fister off waivers on June 23, after the 33-year old was released from his contract with the Angels. Fister was among the best pitchers in baseball as recently as 2014, when he...

What Austin Pruitt Throws

Ian York uses his analytical skills to dissect the arsenal of Tampa Bay Ray's rookie Austin Pruitt

Three Relievers Gone – What was the Cost for Reed?

Brandon Magee takes a look at the three prospects sent to the New York Mets in the Addison Reed trade, with an eye towards the Red Sox 40-man roster crunch.
Starter Trevor Bauer

What Trevor Bauer Throws in 2017

The last time we covered Trevor Bauer was prior to Game 2 of the 2016 World Series, where the righty was dealing with an injury after cutting his pinky on a drone propeller. He appeared in three games in...

What does Bullpen Ace Addison Reed bring to the Red Sox?

Ian York brings his unique brand of analytics to shine a light upon Addison Reed, the Boston Red Sox new bullpen acquisition.

Mike Clevinger: What’s in his Arsenal?

Ian York uses his unique brand of analytics to shine a light on Cleveland Indian's pitcher Mike Clevinger

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Change in Changeup Value: 2016 Edition

Ian York determines the change in changeup value from 2015 to 2016 using total bases per 100 pitches and offers a ranking of all pitchers from MLB.

Is It Over Yet? Baseball’s Interminable Slog To The Finish Line

The World Series is underway as the New York Mets take on the Kansas City Royals. David R. McCullough look at baseball's interminable slog...

The Devil’s Workshop: Exploring Dave Dombrowski’s Managerial Options

Although the Boston Red Sox are not mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, it is time to accept that the season is over. As the...
Holds Candidates

Looking for Holds Candidates and Potential Closers

AJ Andree looks at some relievers who are useful in leagues that count holds, and could soon be useful in all formats.

Pitching Repertoire: Visualizing Success

The Boston Red Sox enter 2015 with two starting pitchers who have never thrown an inning for Boston, two who have logged fewer than...