Facts & Flukes

Brian
Rudd
January 02, 2020 2:08 AM GMT
Pete Alonso led the majors with 53 home runs in 2019. Can he be expected to post similar numbers in year two? Plus, B. Reynolds, Hiura, Fried, and Woodruff.
Brandon
Kruse
December 27, 2019 2:07 AM GMT
Can Whit Merrifield return to being an elite source of stolen bases in 2020, or was 2019 a sign of things to come? Plus, Joey Gallo, Jake Odorizzi, Michael Chavis, and John Means.
Robert
Berger
December 19, 2019 2:06 AM GMT
Is Victor Robles ready for a breakout season in 2020? How much does Kershaw have left in the tank. Plus Hoskins, Robbie Ray, and Hampson.
Brandon
Kruse
September 22, 2019 1:05 AM GMT
Mitch Keller's rookie debut has been pretty disastrous—can we find hope for 2020 in his underlying skills? Plus, early analysis of Shed Long, Brendan McKay, Aaron Civale, and Nick Solak.
Greg
Pyron
September 21, 2019 12:05 AM GMT
Expectations were high for Trevor Bauer following a breakout 2018 campaign, but he has disappointed to the tune of a 4.41 ERA in 206 IP. What happened? Plus, Eduardo Escobar, Lorenzo Cain, Jeff Samardzija, and Cesar Hernandez.
Brant
Chesser
September 17, 2019 1:05 AM GMT
Charlie Morton delivers ace-like skills, Michael Brantley eyes another $25+ season, Griffin Canning looks to rebound in 2020, Brett Gardner rides a career-high hr/f with improved skills, and Turnbull will need to work on a few skills in 2020.
Brian
Rudd
September 13, 2019 1:05 AM GMT
Noah Syndergaard and Brandon Belt have both stayed in one piece in 2019, but have still managed to disappoint their owners. Plus, Eric Lauer, Willson Contreras, and Paul DeJong.
Arik
Florimonte
September 09, 2019 1:05 AM GMT
Jonathan Schoop is reliably average. Plus Will Harris, Adam Plutko, Mike Montgomery and Anthony Santander.
Brandon
Kruse
September 08, 2019 1:06 AM GMT
Aristides Aquino has taken the league by storm, but how much of what he's doing is supported by skill? Plus, early analysis of Jon Berti, Brett Martin, Matt Thaiss, and Ty France.
Greg
Pyron
September 07, 2019 1:05 AM GMT
At first glance, Kyle Schwarber's 2019 season looks a lot like his previous work, but are there signs beneath the surface that could portend a monster 2020? Plus, Mike Soroka, Corey Seager, Sean Doolittle, and Kevin Newman.
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