ARSENAL REPORT: Examining early season underperformance

This week in the Arsenal Report we are getting a little bit negative, as we are looking at some pitchers who have struggled in 2022, with a specific focus on José Berríos (RHP, TOR). It is important to remember that previous seasons of performance are likely to be more predictive of the rest of 2022 than the two-month sample we have seen so far, but that does not mean that struggling pitchers are underperforming solely because of bad luck. In these cases it is important to dig deeper and look into why the pitchers are struggling and whether their issues are likely to be easier or more difficult to course correct over the remainder of the season. To explore this type of analysis, we will be looking at Berríos before his most recent...

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