ARSENAL REPORT: Two no-hit men, and one who cannot stop getting hit

This is an exciting edition of the Arsenal Report for us, as for the first time there is enough regular season data to make reasonable conclusions about changes that pitchers are making. Of course, we are still in April, so the small sample size alert warning label is still attached to this article, but picking up on which early trends are potentially real can win a fantasy league.

Padres no-hit man starting to live up to potential

Joe Musgrove (RHP, SD) has long been touted by baseball analysts as a potential breakout candidate, as his peripherals have outshined his run prevention results for his entire career. Along with support from metrics such as FIP and xERA saying that Musgrove had more in the tank, analysts have commonly cited a...


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