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SaberSphere 4/25: Giancarlo Stanton, Matt Moore, Chase Headley

In today's edition of SaberSphere we'll discuss the possibility of learning from small sample sizes, evaluate the pitching mechanics of position players, and break down the performance of Rays southpaw Matt Moore. Let's get into it!

Thearon W. Henderson

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