Last season’s "sticky stuff" fixation centered unfairly around Gerrit Cole. In the aftermath of the crackdown, Cole’s numbers show that he is still elite.
A closer look at the annual exit velocity leaderboard shows just how unique a player Giancarlo Stanton continues to be.
It would be hard for the Yankees to go lower defensively than they did defensively in 2021. They already look better on that side of the ball in 2022.
With a spin rate near the top of the league and above-average horizontal movement, Luetge’s cutter usage has risen for now-obvious reasons.
Isiah Kiner-Falefa is off to a better start after adding a leg kick in the offseason to alternate with a more familiar toe-tap approach.
Gleyber Torres’s dominance of the 2019 Orioles skewed his offensive numbers and led to unrealistic expectations in the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
Jameson Taillon has used his sinker earlier and more frequently than last year. Can it make him less predictable?