Archive for May 2006

David examines why the Mariners’ J.J. Putz and Rafael Soriano are two of the best relievers in baseball.

David takes a look at Curt Schilling’s opening day.

David takes a look at the Nationals’ center field decision.

David takes a look at why Rich Harden nearly un-hittable.

David takes a look at Jeremy Reed’s not-so-impressive rookie season.

David takes a look at groundball pitcher extraordinaire Brandon Webb.

David takes a look at Cincinnati’s catching tandem.

David examines if Jose Valverde is the answer to the Diamondbacks’ closer merry-go-round.

David takes a look at Kelvim Escobar and John Lackey in a double dose of Daily Graphing.

David finishes up his look at plate discipline by looking at expected walks, strikeouts and home runs.

David takes a closer look at walks and strikeouts.

David examines Carl Crawford’s lack of walks.

David takes a look at Mike Mussina’s 2006 outlook.

David takes a look at Jorge Cantu’s newfound power and if it’s likely to continue.

David takes a look at Chris Ray’s 2005 season and his chances of being a successful closer.

David takes a look at Brian Robert’s 2005 offensive explosion!

David takes a look at Chad Tracy’s breakout season.

David takes a look at two mid-July call-ups with similar seasons.

David takes a look at the differences between Tom Glavine’s first and second halves of 2005.

David takes a look at Ryan Freel’s excellent plate discipline.