David Srinivasan breaks down pitchers who might be breaking down due to their pitch counts.
David Srinivasan discusses how the average distance of a home-run hitter could impact his future power numbers.
David Srinivasan revisits pitching numbers and whether Johan's 17-strikeout game or Clay Buchholz's no-no was the top performance of the season.
David Srinivasan examines secondary batting averages pre- and post-All-Star break.
David Srinivasan examines some pitchers who are better than their numbers indicate.
David Srinivasan notes some pitchers who may pitch poorly the rest of the season.
David Srinivasan discusses how patterns of overuse will affect some pitchers down the stretch.
David Srinivasan discusses how some pitchers are looking to improve down the stretch.
David Srinivasan examines how hitters' changing BB/K rates show who will end strong and who will end weak.
David Srinivasan uses his exclusive PGP grading system to report on recent pitcher performances and takes a hard look at pitch-count trends and what they mean for future performance.
David Srinivasan looks at three predictive indicators of batting average -- patience, control and power -- in search of some batting average sleepers for the second half.
David Srinivasan takes another look at his pitcher game score formula.
David Srinivasan uses "XR" vision to unearth some surprisingly productive players
David Srinivasan looks at some spring training predictions and why they turned out (or not).
David Srinivasan looks at fly balls, ground balls and line drives
David Srinivasan looks at whose hot springs have translated into hot starts.