ARSENAL REPORT: Fun in the Summer Sun

This week in the Arsenal Report we are examining a few pitchers who saw massive results improvements in June and how they were able to achieve those results. We do not want to necessarily highlight monthly improvements in results unless they are backed by significant process changes, which we see in both of the cases below.

Revival of Uncle Charlie

Charlie Morton (RHP, ATL) had a bittersweet end to his 2021 campaign, as he was hit in the leg by a Yuli Gurriel (1B, HOU) comebacker in Game 1 of the World Series and suffered a fractured right fibula that kept him out for the remainder of the Braves series win (remarkably he stayed in after the injury and struck out 2 out of the 3 batters he faced). Coming off that injury at the age of 38...


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