Early BPV surgers, 2024

With nearly two months of data for us to analyze, let's take a look at the starting pitchers whose overall skills as measured by BPV have increased the most from 2023 to 2024.

These SP (min 30+ IP in 2023 and 2024) have posted a double-digit increase in their BPV from last year to this season:

NameLgTmSwK% ΔFpK% ΔBall% ΔBPV '23BPV '24BPV Δ
Jack FlahertyALDET4.4%3%-5%73 202 129 
Spencer TurnbullNLPHI2.0%1%3%35 133 98 
Ryan FeltnerNLCOL2.8%-3%-2%94 88 
Ranger SuárezNLPHI0.6%4%-3%87 156 69 
Jake IrvinNLWAS1.8%3%-3%45 107 63 
Ryan WeathersNLMIA0.4%4%-2%15 77 62 
Sonny GrayNLSTL1.0%5%-4%114 172 58 
Tanner HouckALBOS-2.2%5%-6%88 144 56 
Patrick SandovalALLAA0.4%-2%-1%44 97 53 
Chris SaleNLATL2.3%9%-5%144 192 48 


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