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Friday Round Up: Draft, Tanking, Biogenesis, Comeback Win

Last night, the Brewers’ hopes looked dismal during an error-plagued start by Matt Garza, but the bats answered each of the errant frames with runs against Tanner Roark to tie the ballgame. Newly recalled second-baseman Scooter Gennett supplied the game-winning RBI in the bottom of… [More]

Strategy Recap: Sixth Inning Meltdown

Our Milwaukee Nine are having a rough season, and there was not a better demonstration of that fact than the San Francisco Giants’ sixth inning performance against Kyle Lohse and three relievers: Jeremy Jeffress, Will Smith, and Neal Cotts. The inning exhibited a crushing shift… [More]

Quick Glance: Kyle Lohse

Despite a frustrating series in New York, one brightside was Kyle Lohse‘s return to quality start territory. The righty extended that streak by continuing his off-speed attack in Detroit. Suddenly the veteran righty is working on a stretch of 14 IP / 2 R baseball,… [More]

Kyle Lohse’s Offspeed Offerings

Kyle Lohse pitched his first solid outing of the year against the Reds last week, and the veteran righty looks to beat the Reds once again in Cincinnati. I previously wrote about Lohse’s fastball performance in his season opening start, ultimately hypothesizing that Lohse’s general… [More]

Series Review: Colorado Rockies @ Milwaukee Brewers

After writing Series Previews last year, I am going to work on many different types of in-season content this year. So, what better way to start this content than with a review of the horrible opening series for the Brewers? It’s really tough to find… [More]

Fastballs & Sliders: Brewers 2015 Rotation

If Brewers fans are uncertain of the identity of their 2015 pitching rotation, they only need to consider a couple of key facts: Everyone in the Brewers rotation increased the total percentage of pitches that were either fastballs (rising, sinker, cutter) or sliders. (Well, everyone… [More]

2014 NL SP Rankings: Dependability

In the 2014 National League, only 29 of the 69 regular starting pitchers with 100+ IP were dependable starters. This means that those 29 pitchers worked at least three or more consecutive seasons of 100+ innings. Kyle Lohse and Yovani Gallardo are included in this… [More]

2014 NL SP Rankings: FIP and True Brewers

One of the strangest elements of the 2014 National League season was not only that the NL rotation improved by expanding within the middle rotation, especially between -4 and 10 runs prevented (with 34 pitchers), but also that those performances largely agreed with pitchers’ fielding… [More]

2014 NL SP Rankings: Brewers Improvement

One of the most important stories of 2014 for the Brewers was their notably improved pitching staff. As the offense declined toward the end of the season, the pitchers jumped out of their August slump, and produced their best month of the season in September…. [More]

Scarce Runs

By on October 14, 2014

Scarce Runs

In 2014, National League pitchers allowed approximately 84 fewer runs than their 2013 counterparts. This development might seem strange, given that 2014 was so thoroughly advertised as the “Year of the Pitching Injury.” Most notably, Jose Fernandez of the Marlins and Matt Harvey of the… [More]