Archive for October 2010

The instructional hitting book by Jaime Cevallos

Proposing a quantitative method for recording how pitchers grip the baseball

What does the new Angel throw?

An analysis of Stephen Strasburg’s pitching approach from five games of PITCHf/x data

Avoiding potential pitfalls of PITCHf/x analysis

Did Dallas Braden throw a screwball in his perfect game?

What happens when a pitcher loses or gains speed on his fastball?

Examining home run rates and batting average on fly balls and line drives

What should happen with the bases loaded, two out in the bottom of the ninth, with the home team down by one run and their best hitter coming to the plate?

A look at Cincinnati pitcher Danny Ray Herrera and his repertoire.

Which pitchers work fast, and are their defenses helped?

A report from the first PITCHf/x summit.

Why is Jack Cust in a slump to start the 2008 season?

New technology lets us explore longstanding baseball questions

After ten years in the minor leagues, Jack Cust burst onto the major league scene in 2007 with 26 home runs. This article examines Cust’s 2007 performance, looking at his strengths and weaknesses as a hitter.