By John Asel, Baseball Ops Intern Our intrinsic pitch values combine stuff and pitch location to predict the expected change ...read more
This is a guest post from Dr. James H. Buffi, Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering. It is impossible to overstate how ...read more
There are a few writers and people out there who criticize me for talking about pitchers’ mechanics without having specific ...read more
I wrote this for some friends of mine who had questions about biomechanics, and figured I’d share it here. ——- ...read more
I’ve been meaning to write on this subject for quite some time, and if it’s received well, I’ll write more ...read more
Recently, while reading various blog articles on baseball books, I was made aware of a book called The Physics of Pitching. My initial reaction was of excitement, since the Physics of Baseball is a timeless classic by Robert K. Adair that I cannot recommend highly enough (and at $9 on Amazon, you have no good reason to not buy it if you don't yet own it).