All posts tagged "Jeremy Hellickson"

  • Analysis
    Pirates Went With a Familiar Starting Pitching Strategy at the Deadline

    Here are two pitchers to compare, just using their stat lines. Pitcher A - 4.64 ERA, 4.05...

  • Analysis
    Sorry, Jeff Locke, You Won’t Keep Dominating

    Jeff Locke says he has "gotten much better" over the last two years. Jeff Locke, let's talk. Heh. Rhymes. Jeff, your pitching has played a role of significance in the Pirates' 26-18 start and a spot in the playoffs if Bud Selig took ether and ended the season on May 21. You...

  • Analysis
    Jeremy Hellickson, BABIP, and the divide between playing and analyzing

    In yesterday’s Tampa Bay Times, Marc Topkin talked with Jeremy Hellickson and Rays manager Joe Maddon about Hellickson’s insanely low .223 Batting Average on Balls In Play (BABIP) allowed in 2011. This has been a continuing discussion in Rays-land over the offseason, as many have questioned Hellickson’s ability to sustain his 2011...

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