Fernandez’s Best Changeup and Also Harvey’s Best Changeup

After consulting the part of his body responsible for sight and also the part of his body responsible for detecting capital-B Beauty, the author has determined that the following animated GIF files depict Jose Fernandez‘s best changeup and also Matt Harvey‘s best changeup from Monday night.

Here, for the sake of the readership, is video footage of Jose Fernandez’s best changeup from Monday night — to Lucas Duda in the first inning for a swinging strike two:

JF Duda 1

Furthermore, here’s footage of Matt Harvey’s best changeup from Monday night — in this case, on a 1-0 count to Greg Dobbs in the second inning:

Harvey Dobbs

In conclusion, this has been both Jose Fernandez’s best and also Matt Harvey’s best changeup from Monday night.




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  1. Z..... says:

    whats great about this is that Fernandez’s changeup is supposed to be his worst pitch, but he was pretty dominant with it tonight. His fastball command was off because his shoulder was flying open, but that changeup really helped him get through the struggle

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    • Skylar S says:

      Maybe this is just personal experience, but an open shoulder can often be the cause of a better changeup/sinker. It makes sense that it causes better tailing rotation.

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  2. BurleighGrimes says:

    Neither Fernandez nor Harvey were at their best during this game. And yet, they still both had the capacity to make hitters look foolish. Of course, it was Mets and Marlins hitters, but still.

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