Facts & Flukes

Brian
Rudd
April 16, 2020 2:04 AM GMT
J.T. Realmuto continues to put up excellent numbers across the board, and that should continue in 2020. Plus, should owners bank on a David Peralta rebound, and more.
Ray
Murphy
April 15, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
In this mid-July showdown between the eventual NL East champions and the eventual World Series champions, the Braves walked off with a 4-3 win. What did we spot in our Re-watch?
Brant
Chesser
April 13, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Carlos Santana has the power and skills for 25+ HR, Eduardo Rodriguez can offer a double-digit R$, Jonathan Schoop could provide a profit at his late cost, Reynaldo Lopez tries to carry over second-half skills, and Cesar Hernandez is a late MI option.
Derrick
Boyd
April 10, 2020 2:07 AM GMT
Which version of Jose Ramirez is the fact and which is the fluke? If Carlos Correa can stay healthy what type of ceiling do his skills indicate is possible? Plus performance validation analysis of Ji-Man Choi, Daniel Norris, and Tyler Duffey.
Brent
Hershey
April 09, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Pete Alonso drilled a three-run homer late in this game, but it wouldn't be enough. What can we learn from this April 27, 2019 Re-Watch of Milwaukee vs. New York? Third in a series.
Brandon
Kruse
April 08, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Kris Bryant hasn't been able to repeat his MVP season from 2016, but did get back to 30+ HR in 2019—can he return to loftier numbers, or is this his new normal? Plus, Stephen Piscotty, Miles Mikolas, Freddy Galvis, and Jose Alvarado.
Ryan
Bloomfield
April 07, 2020 2:06 AM GMT
Can re-watching games from the fourth day of the 2019 season result in takeaways for 2020? Sure they can. Game2 of our 2019 Re-Watch is Baltimore at the New York Yankees.
Arik
Florimonte
April 03, 2020 2:06 AM GMT
Corey Kluber struggled in early 2019 before losing the rest of the year to a broken arm. Can he rebound? Plus dives on R. Chirinos, Hill, Kahnle, Mazara.
Brent
Hershey
April 02, 2020 2:06 AM GMT
Our Re-Watch 2019 Project kicks off with Game #1: An early-June contest as St. Louis visits Miami, with Sandy Alcantara on hill for the Marlins.
Brian
Rudd
April 01, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Walker Buehler has quickly emerged as a front-line starter, but is he worth a first round price tag? Plus, Steven Matz, Nick Castellanos, Adam Frazier, and Yan Gomes.
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