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Driveline Mechanics

  • joined Apr 05, 2008
  • last login Aug 17, 2008
  • posts 13
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24 year old sabermetrics nerd who loves to play and analyze baseball. Currently running drivelinemechanics.com and would like more fan-requested players to analyze, both pitchers and hitters!

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Trade Analysis / Pitching Mechanics of Sean Gallagher

Sean Gallagher - The Biggest Return Piece in the Rich Harden Deal When I solicited your views for the Rich Harden trade, the responses were varied amongst both Cubs and A’s fans. Make no bones...

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Pitcher Analysis: Tim Lincecum

The 98 mph fastball. The knee-buckling curveball. The leap off the mound. The electric arm. Based on readers’ comments and repeated emails about Lincecum, I don’t need to say much more. Check...

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Pitcher Analysis: Justin Duchscherer

Before I start the analysis of Justin Duchscherer (hereafter called “The Duke”), I want to confess that The Duke is my favorite pitcher of all time. He gets it done at the major league level...

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Pitcher Analysis: Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw, a 20-year old phenom in the Dodgers organization, is one of the top pitching prospects in the nation. Today (5/25), Kershaw made his MLB debut against the St. Louis Cardinals....

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Pitching Mechanics Voiceover: Andy Sonnanstine

Ohio’s own (I’m from Cleveland), Andy Sonnanstine hails from Barberton and attended college at Kent State University. Though Sonnanstine posted a 5.85 ERA last year and currently has a 4.53 ERA,...

Pitcher Analysis: Cliff Lee

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[Editor's Note: I've invited Kyle Boddy of Driveline Mechanics  to analyze an Indians pitcher. Here's his statistical and mechanical analysis of Cliff Lee's amazing start to the 2008 season - Ryan] ...

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Quick Note: Chien-Ming Wang

Posted over at Driveline Mechanics... Source: Getty Images I hate to start this article off all doom-and-gloom style, but I’m already unhappy with where this analysis is going. This...

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Quick Note: Joakim Soria

From Driveline Mechanics... Royals’ fan Brian commented on the request post, stating how much he liked the site and if I could do a bit on Joakim Soria: I’d love to see an analysis on Joakim...

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Pitching Mechanics: Joba Chamberlain

As requested, by readers Mark and Heater, I’ve done some analysis of Joba Chamberlain. Most people are familiar with his body of work statistically, so I’ll skip that for this analysis and focus...

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Pitcher Analysis: Zack Greinke

From drivelinemechanics.com... I have to admit, Zack Greinke has been one of my favorite pitchers to watch ever since he made it to the big leagues with the Royals. Yes, I’m an Indians fan, but...

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Driveline Mechanics: Aaron Crow

Aaron Crow, a Mizzou pitcher, seems to be getting quite a bit of press lately. Both Chris O’Leary and Saber-Scouting have written about him, the former disliking his arm action (showing signs of...

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Pitching Mechanics: James Shields

Over at Driveline Mechanics, I did an analysis of James Shields' mechanics... James (Jamie) Shields, a 16th round draft pick (466th overall) in 2000, hails from Hart HS in Newhall, CA. He lost his...

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Pitching Mechanics: Rich Harden

Over at Driveline Mechanics, I did an analysis of Rich Harden's pitching mechanics....

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