Facts & Flukes

Robert
Berger
May 13, 2019 2:05 AM GMT
Is J.D. Martinez living up to his high first-round ADP? Is Trey Mancini's hot start sustainable? Plus, updates on Brad Hand, Josh Reddick, and David Price.
Brandon
Kruse
May 12, 2019 2:05 AM GMT
An A.J. Pollock injury has given Alex Verdugo his first extended shot at playing time—does he have the skills to take advantage of the opportunity? Plus, early analysis of Spencer Turnbull, Trent Thornton, Nick Margevicius, and Danny Jansen.
Greg
Pyron
May 11, 2019 2:06 AM GMT
Cole Hamels has pitched much better since joining the Cubs last July 27, sporting a 2.36 ERA in 76 IP over the remainder of 2018 and a 3.38 ERA in 43 IP thus far in 2019. What can we expect for the rest of 2019? Plus, Ketel Marte, Jose Peraza, Brandon Woodruff, and Brian Dozier.
Brian
Rudd
May 10, 2019 2:05 AM GMT
Franmil Reyes has been a tremendous source of power so far in 2019. Does he have the skills to keep producing, and lock down a full-time role? Plus, Josh Bell, Jose Martinez, Derek Dietrich, and Kevin Gausman.
Stephen
Nickrand
May 10, 2019 2:04 AM GMT
Our first Spotlight of the season shines on Yoan Moncada. Is his early-season surge a precursor to his best season yet?
Brant
Chesser
May 07, 2019 2:05 AM GMT
Bregman's skills support better results going forward, Calhoun offers enough power to chase 20+ HR, Lopez will look to reverse ugly ratios, and Haniger returns early value in 2019.
Derrick
Boyd
May 06, 2019 2:05 AM GMT
Is now the time to sell-low or buy-low on Jose Ramirez? Is Jose Berrios' sub-3.00 ERA legit? Is Tommy La Stella's hot start sustainable? Plus performance validation analysis of Stephen Piscotty and Marcus Stroman.
Brandon
Kruse
May 05, 2019 2:05 AM GMT
Throwing an elite rate of first-pitch strikes has helped Chris Paddack get off to a hot start—how do the rest of his skills look? Plus, early analysis of Christian Walker, Rowdy Tellez, Max Fried, and Garrett Hampson.
Greg
Pyron
May 04, 2019 2:06 AM GMT
Willson Contreras posted a disappointing follow-up to his breakout 2017 campaign a year ago, batting .249 with 10 HR in 474 AB, but he's off to a tremendous start in 2019. What's behind the resurgence? Plus, Jose Quintana, Paul DeJong, Kenta Maeda, and Ian Desmond.
Brian
Rudd
May 03, 2019 2:05 AM GMT
Justin Turner is off to another slow start in the power department, but should turn things around soon. Plus, Ozzie Albies, Jason Heyward, Pablo Lopez, and Zach Davies.
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