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  • Mining the Minors: Rogers, Phelps, Sands
    in RotoGraphs by Jason Catania - 4/15/2011 -  13
    strikeouts -- so if he cashes in on a few chances while he's still hot, it could open up some more opportunities. Whether in Texas or elsewhere. Now onto the new guys. Mark Rogers, SP/RP

  • The Daily Grind: Rogers Centre, Nelson, Peavy
    in RotoGraphs by Brad Johnson - 4/16/2015 -  5
    Agenda Thoughts About Ackley Daily DFS - Rogers Centre GB / FB Splits Tomorrow's Targets - Nelson, Peavy, Davis, Peralta Factor Grid 1. Thoughts About Ackley I've found myself

  • Jake Arrieta Is Probably Okay
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 10/19/2015 -  88
    was even headlined "Jake Arrieta's velocity dip spelled doom for Cubs..." In discussing the issue with various Cubs after the game, Rogers noted that Joe Maddon saw it as well. “In the game

  • Sean Manaea Is Slowing Everything Down
    in FanGraphs by Jake Mailhot - 5/16/2018 -  11
    This is Jake Mailhot's second post as part of his May Residency at FanGraphs. A lifelong Mariners fan, Jake now lives in Bellingham, Washington, just a little too far away from Seattle to make

  • When Lance McCullers Stops McCullersing
    in FanGraphs by Jake Mailhot - 5/21/2018 -  8
    This is Jake Mailhot's third post as part of his May Residency at FanGraphs. A lifelong Mariners fan, Jake now lives in Bellingham, Washington, just a little too far away from Seattle to make

  • Finding the Next Edwin Díaz
    in FanGraphs by Jake Mailhot - 5/30/2018 -  20
    This is Jake Mailhot's fourth post as part of his May Residency at FanGraphs. A lifelong Mariners fan, Jake now lives in Bellingham, Washington, just a little too far away from Seattle to make

  • Edwin Díaz Has Been Nearly Unhittable
    in FanGraphs by Jake Mailhot - 5/7/2018 -  11
    This is Jake Mailhot's first post as part of his May Residency at FanGraphs. A lifelong Mariners fan, Jake now lives in Bellingham, Washington, just a little too far away from Seattle to make

  • The Tampa Bay Rays and the Advantages of Pulling the Ball
    in Community by Jake B - 6/3/2016 -  1

  • The Small Things Do Matter: Lack of Hustle by the Cubs
    in Community by Jake McGuiggan - 11/2/2016 -  5

  • Bucking the Trends
    in Community by Jake McGuiggan - 11/18/2016 -  0

  • Using a Monte Carlo Simulation to Propose a Radical Four-Man Rotation
    in Community by Jake B - 4/30/2018 -  5

  • What's Wrong with Gary Sanchez?
    in Community by Jake Greenberg - 7/9/2018 -  0

  • The Bahr Is Set High for Newly Acquired Rangers Prospect
    in Community by Jake Greenberg - 7/9/2018 -  0

  • Wheeling and Finally Dealing: Zack Wheeler is Back and Better Than Ever
    in Community by Jake Greenberg - 7/17/2018 -  1

  • Mark Rogers' Repertoire, Illustrated
    in FanGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 8/27/2012 -  7
    Milwaukee right-hander Mark Rogers made his sixth start on Sunday since his late-July recall from Brewers Triple-A affiliate Nashville -- and, while he was slightly less impressive yesterday (5.0 IP

  • Lefties Can't Touch Taylor Rogers
    in FanGraphs by Chris Mitchell - 6/25/2015 -  2
    If one were to go to Minor League Central, navigate to the 2013 High-A pitching stats against lefty batters, and sort by SIERA with a minimum of 30 innings (against lefties), Taylor Rogers

  • A High-Def Look at Esmil Rogers
    in RotoGraphs by Blake Murphy - 6/20/2013 -  11
    When the Toronto Blue Jays, by way of Mike Aviles, picked up Esmil Rogers for John Farrell this offseason, I thought…well, not much. I don’t care for Farrell, and as far as returns go, Aviles

  • Let's Do the Math on Miguel Montero and Jake Arrieta
    in FanGraphs by Travis Sawchik - 6/28/2017 -  57
    *Update: Miguel Montero will be designated for assignment, according to Jesse Rogers of ESPN Chicago. The Cubs had a rough evening in Washington on Tuesday. Yes, Trea Turner can really run

  • Linking Chris Archer and the Amazing Kenny Rogers
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 1/21/2013 -  10
    . It was June 16, and the Rangers were playing the Astros. At that point, the Rangers were bad, and the Astros were bad, and Kenny Rogers was starting opposite Carlos Hernandez. Hernandez was 22 years old

  • Cooper & Rogers: Deep League Waiver Wire
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 8/15/2012 -  3
    in batting average and provide above replacement level power. Mark Rogers | MIL SP | 7% Owned The fifth overall pick in the 2004 draft, Rogers was once a top prospect, even making our top 10

  • Is the New Turf at the Rogers Centre Really a Problem?
    in FanGraphs by Owen Watson - 4/24/2015 -  79
    The Blue Jays finished their first home stand of the season at the Rogers Centre yesterday, and the discussion surrounding the games has been a little strange so far. The talk has been about

  • JABO: Josh Donaldson's Rogers Centre(d) Approach
    in FanGraphs by Owen Watson - 7/6/2015 -  2
    advantage of the offense-friendly Rogers Centre. We’ve gotten accustomed to seeing a high level of production out of Donaldson since August of 2012: above average walks, a lot of power and elite

  • Jake Fox to the A's
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 12/4/2009 -  10
    As a Chicago Cub, Jake Fox was a swing-from-the-heels slugger without a defensive home. The 6-0, 210 pound Fox roamed around the diamond in the minors, logging time at catcher, first base

  • Who is Jake Marisnick?
    in NotGraphs by Jeremy Blachman - 8/4/2014 -  26
    I've heard of Jake Marisnick. But when I read Mike Podhorzer's article this morning about speedsters available for the stretch run, I realized I had absolutely no idea what Jake Marisnick looks like

  • Two Jake Peavys
    in FanGraphs by Drew Fairservice - 10/24/2014 -  12
    Two different guys named Jake Peavy pitched in the Major Leagues in 2014. One made 20 lacklustre starts for the Boston Red Sox. He was hit hard and hit often and, strangely a little wild. His walk

  • An Early Jake Lamb Update
    in RotoGraphs by Randy Holt - 4/26/2017 -  7
    position has to offer in Jake Lamb. That intrigue stems from a tremendously strong start last year, followed by a notably terrible decline that was largely attributed to injuries (as well as perhaps

  • Fact-Checking Jake Arrieta
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 10/27/2016 -  8
    , and of his 87 pitches, just 53 were strikes. Jake Arrieta started for Chicago, and of his 98 pitches, just 55 were strikes. Tough game to watch, all around. So, rather than dissect the game, let's

  • Jake Fox and the As' Roster Crunch
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 3/24/2010 -  20
    [Author's note: slightly modified to correct my bad arithmetic] I recently wrote about Oakland's roster, but there is one thing I didn't get to: the fate of Jake Fox. Assuming that the As go

  • Jake Arrieta's Sweet... Sinker?
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 10/7/2015 -  28
    Jake Arrieta's multi-faceted single-grip slider is sweet, but he's had that for a while. There has to be something he changed to get better this year. There is something he's changed, actually. He's

  • There's Nothing Wrong With Jake Lamb
    in RotoGraphs by Randy Holt - 8/16/2017 -  3
    How long did you think you were going to get away with this column not being devoted to Jake Lamb in a given week? Regardless, as I listened to the hyperbolic Arizona sports radio throughout

  • Establishing The Inside With Jake McGee
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 9/26/2013 -  5
    About half-way through May, something strange was going on in Jake McGee's world. The 27-year-old reliever was giving up hits and home runs to left-handed hitters. For a lefty with 96 mph gas

  • Jake McGee's Impending Debut
    in FanGraphs by R.J. Anderson - 8/30/2010 -  2
    date. Keep an eye out in particular for Jake McGee to fill that vacancy. The team set a precedent in 2008 using the disabled list trick to eventually place David Price on the playoff roster. He

  • Against the Grain, with Jake McGee
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/3/2013 -  15
    out and a fly out. Up came Ryan Raburn, and out came Joe Maddon, to replace Peralta with Jake McGee. Raburn is right-handed. Peralta is right-handed, and had thrown 16 pitches. McGee is left-handed

  • Building Jake Arrieta
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 9/18/2014 -  9
    Let's go back to 1920. Let's look at starting pitchers who threw at least 75 innings in consecutive big-league seasons. Relative to last year, Jake Arrieta's K-BB% has improved by 14 percentage

  • Jake Peavy: Buy or Sell?
    in RotoGraphs by Chris Cwik - 4/30/2012 -  14
    Jake Peavy is back. After scuffling for nearly three season with the Chicago White Sox, it looks like Peavy may have finally returned to form. His performance has been so impressive that Peavy

  • Is This the True Jake Arrieta?
    in Community by Paul Mammino - 8/31/2014 -  0
    So far this season Jake Arrieta has looked like an ace, pitching to a 2.53 ERA which is over 2 points better than his career average.  His K/9 is at a career high and his BB/9 are at a career low

  • Free Jake Fox
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 5/19/2009 -  38
    For the sake of Pacific Coast League pitchers, can the Cubs call up Jake Fox already? The 26-year-old first baseman is hitting .429/.513/.968 through 150 plate appearances for Iowa, which

  • Jake Peavy Is Living on the Edge
    in FanGraphs by Paul Swydan - 5/9/2014 -  9
    Generally, when you think of Jake Peavy, you often think "Cy Young winner." But that was a long time ago. These days, Peavy lives on the edge between "effective enough" and "not fooling anybody." He

  • Projecting Jake Peavy
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 12/1/2009 -  20
    -plagued looking for a fresh start. Petco wishes to help you (sorry, Mark Prior: even the Happiest Pitching Place On Earth has its limitations). Until July of 2009, right-hander Jake Peavy enjoyed

  • Jake Fox to the O's
    in RotoGraphs by David Golebiewski - 6/23/2010 -  1
    Baltimore Orioles acquired DH/1B?/3B?/OF?/C? Jake Fox from the Oakland Athletics for RHP Ross Wolf and cash. In the article linked to above, Baltimore president of baseball operations Andy

  • Is Jake Peavy A Keeper?
    in RotoGraphs by Chris Cwik - 10/1/2012 -  3
    Jake Peavy has been one of fantasy's biggest surprises this season. While Peavy had been an ace with the San Diego Padres, his time with the Chicago White Sox left quite a bit to be desired. Though

  • The New Jake Peavy
    in RotoGraphs by Chris Cwik - 7/29/2013 -  6
    Jake Peavy is about to join another team. Given Peavy's status as the best pitcher on the market, the move makes sense for the Chicago White Sox. Peavy's time with the franchise has been mixed. Early

  • Can't Shake Jake (Arrieta)
    in FanGraphs by Steve Slowinski - 7/11/2012 -  89
    they had a trio of young studs who were supposed to carry the franchise to new heights? Brian Matusz, Chris Tillman and Jake Arrieta were supposed to be The Future. Unfortunately, so were

  • Jake Westbrook Extended
    in FanGraphs by Matt Klaassen - 8/22/2012 -  21
    The St. Louis Cardinals and Jake Westbrook have agreed to an extension. The new contract is reportedly a one-year, $8.75 million contract for 2013 with a superfluous mutual option worth $9.5 million

  • Jake Arrieta Stole a Base
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/8/2015 -  71
    , and the release was violent, paroxysmic. Rodriguez thought of nothing other than resolution through his fists. Wednesday night, at nearly the exact same time, Jake Arrieta's anger was provoked. That which

  • Jake Arrieta's Breakout Year?
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 5/19/2011 -  8
    Jake Arrieta was drafted in the 5th round of the 2007 draft and moved up through the minors relatively quickly, making his Orioles debut in 2010. With sub-3.00 ERAs at three of his four stops down

  • Jake Odorizzi Has Arrived
    in RotoGraphs by Howard Bender - 9/19/2012 -  2
    -tiered starters with their low-5.00 ERA and grab yourself something young; something fresh and exciting.  Get yourself some Jake Odorizzi. While the Royals have long been out of playoff contention

  • Jake Peavy Lands in Boston
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 7/31/2013 -  12
    After weeks of speculation, Jake Peavy has finally been traded. He departs the windy city for the land of clam chowder and from a team going nowhere to one right in the thick of the AL East race

  • Discovery: Jake Peavy Is Remarkably Pleasant
    in NotGraphs by Carson Cistulli - 3/31/2012 -  8
    video from last week of Chicago White Sox right-hander Jake Peavy discussing with equal parts enthusiasm and modesty a recent minor-league outing he made, which video reveals to anyone who cares to watch

  • What on Earth Happened With Jake Arrieta?
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 4/5/2017 -  34
    in the runs, but the star was Jake Arrieta, who spun six innings with just an unearned run going against him. He piled up six whiffs, and it was a good way for him to get things going. If the Cubs have

  • A (Potentially) Final Ode To Jake Lamb
    in RotoGraphs by Randy Holt - 10/4/2017 -  5
    Given my standing as the President of the Jake Lamb Fan Club, I would be remiss in my responsibilities if I did not revisit his 2017 season one final time, in the event that the Snakes are sent home

  • Jake Peavy Loves His Defense
    in RotoGraphs by Jeff Zimmerman - 12/12/2012 -  1
    Drafting Jake Peavy last year was basically an after thought. Not much demand existed for a 31-year-old pitcher coming off a season with a near 5.00 ERA and shoulder issues. He was able to come back

  • Jake Arrieta Gets His Celebration
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 8/31/2015 -  42
    the reality that said pitcher is an ace. Jake Arrieta spun a no-hitter on Sunday, after having made several earlier attempts. Arrieta was a No. 1 before the weekend, but now he's more widely recognized as part

  • Is Jake Lamb's value still in question?
    in RotoGraphs by Randy Holt - 12/21/2016 -  5
    When Torey Lovullo was hired as manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, one of the early remarks that was made centered around Jake Lamb. In that, Lovullo stated that Lamb would be the team's everyday

  • Jake Lamb's Ugly Second Half
    in RotoGraphs by Randy Holt - 9/21/2016 -  3
    I'm a big fan of Jake Lamb. This is likely well known throughout the land at this point. And in the first half of the season, boy, did Lamb justify every bit of praise that was showered upon him. He

  • Is Jake Arrieta the New Jesse Chavez?
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 6/19/2014 -  20
    Corey Kluber gave us Kluberization: the ditching of a bad four-seam for a better two-seamer. Dallas Keuchel gave us The Keuchel Excercise: the turfing of a bad curve for a better slider. Is Jake

  • Jake Odorizzi: from Breakthrough to Breakout?
    in RotoGraphs by Nicholas Minnix - 12/9/2014 -  1
    This past spring, Jake Odorizzi had an opportunity, but not much in the way of expectations from fantasy baseball players. He hadn’t yet been exceptional at anything. There had existed a decent

  • Can Jake Peavy Bounce Back?
    in RotoGraphs by Brian Joura - 2/13/2009 -  14
    Jake Peavy has an ADP of 45 and is the sixth-highest rated starting pitcher by this ranking. On first glance, that seems a tad optimistic for a guy who saw his win total drop by nine and his ERA

  • Can Diamondback Jake Lamb Survive?
    in FanGraphs by JD Sussman - 11/25/2013 -  8
    . While this article became a study of a the California League's population, the concept began when I was thinking about Jake Lamb's prospect status. Lamb signed with the Diamondbacks last June and I

  • Jake Odorizzi's Search for a Third Pitch
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 4/8/2016 -  5
    Useless and true: Jake Odorizzi is currently the major league's pitching WAR leader. He's made one start! Danny Salazar has made zero starts. All this means is that Odorizzi's first start was a good

  • Jake Arrieta's Dominant, Dreadful Start
    in FanGraphs by August Fagerstrom - 6/6/2016 -  25
    CHICAGO -- Cubs ace Jake Arrieta continued his year-long run of brilliance on Sunday afternoon, striking out 12 batters with one walk in a 3-2 home loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks. The 30-year

  • The Cubs Might Be a Problem for Jake Arrieta
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 2/9/2018 -  86
    I'm writing this Thursday for publishing Friday, and that's always a risk when you're dealing with a player on the market, because you never know when circumstances might change. My topic is Jake

  • Jake Lamb: A Viable Option in the Desert
    in RotoGraphs by Randy Holt - 4/20/2016 -  8
    following since before the season started is Jake Lamb. Perhaps more than anyone else, Lamb has emerged as that guy behind Goldschmidt, and is suddenly becoming a viable fantasy option at the hot corner

  • Jake Peavy’s Quiet Comeback
    in RotoGraphs by Ben Duronio - 5/21/2013 -  7
    It has been 40 starts for Jake Peavy since the start of 2012 and his ERA is right at 3.35. While that is a far cry away from his Cy Young caliber seasons in the mid-2000’s, his consistency

  • Q&A: Jake Marisnick, Marlins OF Prospect
    in FanGraphs by David Laurila - 11/14/2012 -  2
    The Miami Marlins acquired a lot of young talent in last night’s reported multi-player trade with Toronto. The most intriguing prospect heading south is 21-year-old centerfielder Jake Marisnick

  • Jake Odorizzi Is Probably an Adjustment Away
    in FanGraphs by Travis Sawchik - 2/18/2018 -  12
    Last March, I approached Jake Odorizzi in the Tampa Bay Rays' spring-training clubhouse to learn more about the cult of the high fastball he was leading among the club's pitchers. The Rays led

  • Should You Be Buying Jake Odorizzi?
    in RotoGraphs by Mike Podhorzer - 6/19/2014 -  11
    Entering spring training, Jake Odorizzi did not have a starting rotation spot in hand. But then an elbow injury to Jeremy Hellickson opened up a spot and Odorizzi won out over Erik Bedard and Cesar

  • Jake Arrieta's Elevated Walk Rate
    in RotoGraphs by Paul Sporer - 6/29/2016 -  0
    When looking at Jake Arrieta’s season thus far, it’s really hard to complain. His 1.74 ERA and 0.98 WHIP are virtually indistinguishable from his 2015 combo of 1.77/0.86. Expanding out further

  • I See You, Jake Arrieta
    in Community by Tim Jackson - 3/12/2018 -  1
    In the last week Ichiro, Tim Lincecum, Carlos Gonzalez, Jonathan Lucroy, Mike Moustakas, and Lance Lynn have all signed. On Sunday, Jake Arrieta joined them, agreeing to a three-year, $75-million

  • Jake Odorizzi and the 2014 Value of the Trade
    in FanGraphs by Mike Petriello - 7/29/2014 -  41
    . And Jake Odorizzi, well.. 2014 GS IP K/9 BB/9 HR/9 BABIP GB% HR/FB ERA FIP xFIP WAR James Shields 22 143.1 7.53 1.82 1.00 0.316 45.8% 10.9% 3.58 3.69 3.53 2.3 Jake

  • No $200 Million Deal for Jake Arrieta
    in FanGraphs by Jay Jaffe - 3/12/2018 -  127
    Jake Arrieta received the highest AAV of the winter, but only the fifth-largest deal overall.(Photo: Arturo Pardavila III) The combination of a Cy Young award, a strong postseason track record

  • Jake Peavy and Having to Throw a Strike
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 10/17/2013 -  24
    in, as six Tigers reached base and five Tigers scored. Jake Peavy walked three of 17 batters in his start, but they all came in the span of four batters, following a single. The first run the Tigers

  • Jake Peavy On Keeping Them Guessing
    in FanGraphs by Eno Sarris - 9/11/2014 -  7
    When Jake Peavy came into the league, almost 85% of his pitches were either a fastball or slider. Now? "I throw just about every pitch in the book at this point," the 33-year-old pitcher said

  • Jake Arrieta: King of Weak Contact
    in FanGraphs by Dave Cameron - 4/22/2016 -  53
    , he also happens to throw 95. Of course, we're talking about Jake Arrieta, who threw another no-hitter last night, this one coming just 14 starts after his first no-hitter, back on August 30th

  • Jake Arrieta Has Developed a Problem
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 8/30/2016 -  25
    Any Cubs fan could tell you Jake Arrieta just doesn't seem quite right. This has been the case for a number of weeks, or months, and we've touched on it before. It's funny to think about the hand

  • Jake Arrieta Has Not Been Good
    in FanGraphs by Jeff Sullivan - 5/15/2017 -  25
    When Jake Arrieta made his 2017 season debut, he raised a certain amount of alarm. Although he held the Cardinals to all of one single unearned run over six innings, his velocity was sharply down

  • Effectively Wild Episode 868: Jake Arrieta is Reaganing
    in FanGraphs by Ben Lindbergh - 4/22/2016 -  0
    Ben and Sam banter about this spring's Tommy John toll, tanking, Barry Bonds, closer erosion, and a replay wrinkle, then discuss the dominance of Cubs starter Jake Arrieta.