Director of Technology for Baseball Prospectus, Founder of @PitchInfo, Chicagoan, New Jersey native, Syracuse Alum, Ruining baseball from Seattle outward.
No, this was not an IBB #grabno
Casey Coleman flight paths v RHH
Casey Coleman flight paths v LHH
Chad Bradford, illustrating my need to implement the right way of doing the catcher's view in R
Marmol R test (last one was Cashner)
More R testing ... catcher's view is very difficult to make 'right'
Still working on this, no mound etc yet, scaling still in flux ... catcher's view, Hammel v LHH
Playing with R, making a new flight path template. Here's Jason Hammel vs. LHH
Shark a little off the mark
Delayed but completed ... 8000+ pitches by Brett Myers.
Figueroa with about 280 or so sinkers classified. Not that easy to do in this case.
Four-pitch breakdown of Figueroa ... sinkers/fastballs pending.
Nelson Figueroa: the basics via PITCHf/x. Five pitches, doesn't throw hard. So the Cubs are doomed.
Going down the right side of Coleman's pfx/speed chart, you can see the three groups (cutter/slider/curve), each bigger than the last.
More Rogers Park : four pitchers with appearances at the end of 2010 and start of 2011.
Same thing, but 2011 only
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