Nick Pollack breaks down Mike Soroka's MLB debut against the New York Mets with 18 GIFs.
Andy Patton breaks down Minnesota Twins top prospect Fernando Romero's big league debut.
Ian Post breaks down Mike Minor's first two starts as a member of the Texas Rangers
Ian Post gives an in-depth look at the arsenal and approach of Cardinals rookie SP Jack Flaherty
Nick Pollack breaks down all thirty pitches Shohei Ohtani threw in his spring training debut.
Breaking down Luis Castillo's upside with way too many GIFs and 3,500 words.
January 22nd marks the anniversary of the tragic passing of Yordano Ventura.
The original plan was to focus on fantasy content early in this off-season, but like most of you, I’ve been enveloped in this year’s World Series. It’s exhilarating, thrilling, unpredictable, every hyperbole you want. I’ve been helping out the inimitable Jonah Keri over at CBS Sports as he writes his takes on each game and he gave […]
With a pitching landscape as shaky and inconsistent as the first 3 months of the 2017 season, it’s critical for fantasy owners to jump on those somewhat unfamiliar names that are making noise before one of their league mates do. One of the most recent starting pitchers that’s doing just that is Tampa Bay’s Jacob […]
If you’re a constant reader of Pitcher List, you’d know that I have a large infatuation with Steven Matz. He was the only pitcher with 100 Innings or more in 2017 to have all four of his pitches carry a 50%+ zone rate and I believe has the complete approach + repertoire to be a legitimate ace. […]
We see this every year. Relatively unknown pitchers have a few starts that blow us away and we simply don’t know what to do. Is this player going to have a breakout season? Is this just a flash in the pan? Is it something in-between? JC Ramirez is the latest example after collecting 25 strikeouts across his […]
Looking at ESPN’s player rater for starting pitchers reveals a shocking name: Ervin Santana. At the time of this writing, he’s sitting well above Clayton Kershaw for the #1 spot, boasting a 0.77 ERA and 0.66 WHIP through his first five starts of the season. After a career of being known as good-but-not-great, it’s shocking […]
As pitchers and catchers start to report to Spring Training, some of us writers realize we’re in need of a little warm-up ourselves. What better way to kick off the 2017 season than a Valentine’s Day GIF Breakdown of one of our favorite starting pitchers? I’m here to warm that beautiful baseball heart of yours […]
Every off-season, we talk about sleepers and busts, underrated players, overrated players, rebounds, regression candidates, high upside and high risk options and a bunch of other labels to characterize players that might give us any sort of edge entering our fantasy baseball drafts. In recent years, it has been increasingly difficult to find the diamonds in the […]
Almost precisely two years ago to this day, on July 31st, 2014, Tyler Skaggs was lifted from a game in which he suddenly lost the feeling in his throwing hand. Skaggs had torn his UCL and would end up undergoing Tommy John surgery and thus begin his 12-18-month timetable for recovery. The hype for Skaggs […]
The first stint in the majors for Jose Berrios was disappointing to say the least. The 22-year-old had a 10.20 ERA with 7.20 BB/9 across his four starts, capped off by a 7 ER and 4 BB effort in just 0.2 innings against the Tigers. After cultivating in the minors for the next two months, it started to click […]
Since being drafted fourth overall back in 2011 by the Baltimore Orioles, right-handed pitcher Dylan Bundy has had quite the rocky road to the majors. He underwent Tommy John surgery in 2013 at the age of 20 and has dealt with additional elbow and shoulder tightness during his recovery. Bundy totaled just 65 innings over […]
Kansas City LHP Danny Duffy started the 2016 season as a member of the vaunted Royals bullpen, but injuries to starters Chris Young and Kris Medlen prompted the team to promote the lefty to the starting rotation. Since being moved out of the pen, Duffy has been phenomenal as a fill-in starter. Going into his […]
One of the lone bright spots during the first half of the 2016 Milwaukee Brewers season has been 31-year-old rookie starting pitcher Junior Guerra. After totaling just four innings for the White Sox in 2015 as a reliever, the Brewers claimed Guerra off waivers and converted him to a starter. In his 82 innings throughout […]