ARSENAL REPORT: Journeying West and striking gold

This week in the Arsenal Report we are looking at a few journeymen pitchers who have found new levels of success with their new NL West squads. One of the most exciting parts of MLB in 2022 is that even the most mundane looking veteran pitchers are finding new gears by changing teams that have specific gameplans on how to maximize some pitches in their current forms and tweak others to improve their results, and these two pitchers embody that trend.


Turn the Coors mountains blue

Chad Kuhl (RHP, COL) had an undistinguished MLB career prior to 2022, as in his five years in Pittsburgh he posted an ERA of 4.44 in 100 games, with 84 of those appearances being starts. So far in 2022, however, he has posted improved results despite going to...


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