The law of being human

Aroldis Chapman hadn't given up a run all year before yesterday. He's now surrendered the losing run in two consecutive games. That's the law of being human taking a victory lap. But the pitching staff only all... Read More...

Jumbo Diaz takes his turn

Bryan Price kept spinning the chamber and it came up Jumbo Diaz. Through a combination of ineffective pitching and his own horrendous fielding, Diaz allowed five runs in the top of the eighth inning. The reliev... Read More...

The 12 Worst Losses of 2014

Discussing expectations for 2015, Brandon Phillips said, “Our goal coming to spring training is to win the World Series, and if we stay healthy and go out there and play small-ball and do the right things... Read More...

Running Down the Velocity Upswing

As part of our discussion of the new low-scoring run environment across baseball, let’s take a look at rising fastball velocity and see what effect that may have. Aroldis Chapman has been thrilling Re... Read More...