With everything on the line, pitchers reach back for something extra in the Wild Card games
After a rough first year in Arizona, Greinke’s refinements have proven he’s a bonafide ace.
At only 25 years of age, Knebel is quickly making a name for himself as an elite closer.
How Félix Hernández unwittingly started a revolution.
The 2016 breakout star hasn’t been able to produce at the same level in 2017. What’s behind his slump, and how likely is a rebound?
The Diamondbacks’ underappreciated star is raising the already lofty bar he’s set for himself.
After a subpar first half, Jose Abreu is back to his old self recently.
The Brewers' former top 100 prospect has made some changes and emerged as a legitimate late-inning reliever following the July trades of Will Smith and Jeremy Jeffress.
After being drafted as an afterthought, an elite fastball has helped Edwards Jr. to become one of the league’s best relief pitchers.
Gordon has had a season to forget in 2016. Luckily, his problems seem fixable.
Chris Davis hasn’t had the same amount of success for the Baltimore Orioles in 2016.
A guy who often starts hot could actually remain hot.
After this week's release of Statcast data, take a look at which pitchers achieve the largest differences between their actual velocity and perceived velocity.
It's only a handful of videos, but the metrics are less dependent on interactions with other parties.