Facts & Flukes

Jeffrey
Tomich
August 06, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Marcus Stroman's season has gone off the rails. Is there signs he can get back on track? Plus Robinson Chirinos, Dellin Betances, Dee Gordon and Joey Gallo.
Brandon
Kruse
August 05, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Through his first nine starts, Freddy Peralta has emerged as a solid mid-rotation starter—what do his skills tell us about his chances to keep it up? Plus, David Fletcher, Rosell Herrera, Edgar Santana, and Burch Smith.
Greg
Pyron
August 04, 2018 1:06 AM GMT
Cody Bellinger had a tremendous rookie season in 2017, amassing 39 HR, 10 SB and a .267 BA in 480 AB, but things haven’t gone as well for him in 2018. What happened? Plus, Rich Hill, Eduardo Escobar, Chase Anderson and Christian Villanueva.
Brian
Rudd
August 03, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
A.J. Pollock has mostly been his usual self this year, mixing elite skills with a lengthy DL stint, but he's also added some more power to his game. Plus, Yasmani Grandal, Paul DeJong, Luis Castillo, and Will Smith.
Stephen
Nickrand
August 02, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Vincent Velasquez has shown flashes of near-elite skills in 2018 and is posting the best surface stats we have ever seen from him. Let's put him under our spotlight to see if he could be in store for a big finish.
Brant
Chesser
July 31, 2018 1:04 AM GMT
Mike Trout continues to post elite skills, Carrasco looks for a stronger second half, and Eduardo Nunez and Tim Beckham have had disappointing 2018 seasons.
Arik
Florimonte
July 30, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Stephen Piscotty rights the ship. Plus, Edwin Jackson, Felix Pena, Mallex Smith, and Joe Wendle.
Ryan
Bloomfield
July 29, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Few talk about Kenta Maeda, but he's really good. We'll show why; plus looks at Matt Olson, Chris Taylor, Jose Berrios, and Matt Chapman.
Greg
Pyron
July 28, 2018 1:06 AM GMT
Buster Posey posted a $20 campaign in 2017, despite a notable dip in HR and RBI totals. His power has waned even further so far in 2018, as he has slugged just 5 HR through 319 AB. What’s going on here? Plus, Joe Musgrove, Travis Jankowski, Jose Quintana and Elias Diaz.
Brian
Rudd
July 27, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Madison Bumgarner looks fine on the surface, but his underlying skills show he's been a different, and less effective pitcher this season. Plus, Tyler Anderson, Willson Contreras, Amed Rosario, and Nick Williams.
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