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Matt Harvey's Debut, Viewed Through A Pitch F/X Lens

If you stayed up to watch his effort last night you probably noticed one underlying theme to Matt Harvey's approach: Heavy use of the fastball.

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Potential Mets Fifth Starters - Freddy Garcia, Chris Young, and Jeff Francis: What Do They Throw?

So, the word is that the Mets are looking to sign one of three pitchers to be the #5 starter to start the season. None of these pitchers have had particularly great results recently, but one thing...

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K-BB-HR Rod: Taking a closer look at his stuff

An evaluation of Francisco Rodriguez.

Jon Niese's Release Point(s)

A look at Jon Niese's release points vs. Houston.

Silver Lining: Maine's Start

Analysis of John Maine's first start.

Tom Glavine - The Great Plate Avoider - BtB

Harry does a great job showing what we all know -- that Tom Glavine lives on the outside corner and doesn't throw strikes over the fat part of the plate. But he goes even further in breaking down where Glavine throws each of his five main pitches against lefties and righties. Change-ups tend to be a bit more over the plate than fastballs. Cutters and sliders aren't thrown very often, but cutters are mostly thrown inside to righties, while sliders are mostly thrown outside to lefties.

2009 Player Preview: John Maine

John Maine's 2009 shows a lot of promise.

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