We can all play along at home like Garry Kasparov or Magnus Carlsen, but I'm pretty sure clubs are trying to get AI on this case. Go Sig - do a good job!
There is definitely some Dead Poets Society chart measuring the greatness of a fastball by spin + velocity. Its probably a relic already.
Roch quoted Elias from a zoom call saying that they already had an agreement with Galvis before the injury. Said it had nothing to do with it.
He also said Martin may miss some Spring, but it would not affect his start of the regular season.
I do think the shortened workloads from last year probably give this kind of guy a little bit of a 2021 new lease on life especially if 162 games happen, but Bigger Rosters + Driveline are inching their usage pattern to the edge of the cliff.
Championship caliber teams are already making Patrick Corbins and Julio Uriases October spot guys, and heaven help us if playoff thirst makes the New CBA tournament too easy to get into.
And then ye olde Growth Mindset - any soon to be 31 year old like Brad Hand can "prioritize increasing fastball velocity" this winter.
There's a part of me for Padres-Dodgers that just wants to throw it back to league champion goes to World Series, though Adley wraps up his club control years 0-for-7 there.