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(Paul Sporer)It could certainly be related, and it supports some of the visual evidence from last season.
He appeared to be off-line for much of last year, as if an invisible wall was pushing him to the glove side, an element which compromised his positioning at release point and therefore impacting his pitch command.
Without knowing the extent of the injury, how plausible does that explanation sound?
What sorts of effects might you expect a core/groin issue to have on a pitcher's velocity, command, mechanics, etc.? His command was the biggest problem (also some velo issues) during that lull so it doesn't surprise me to see him suggest it was a problem. (Paul Sporer)We alway hear that certain lefty pitchers throw a great curve but the same kind of reverance isn't given out to righty's.
Click here for more information on Baseball Prospectus subscriptions or to subscribe and get instant access to the best baseball content on the web. You lose that trade if Gray eventually winds up somewhere besides Colorado, but you're trading a Coors starter, Ross - who has been OK - and a future reliever for Verlander and the pick. It tends to be guys with a flaw who figured it out at some point. There's just NEVER that much space between the outliers and the rest in this stupid sport.
I'd try to squeeze a little more out of your opponent. (Except Bonds and Pedro.) (Sam Miller) may not be fully recovered from off-season surgery.
On the jukebox: Pink Floyd, "Sheep" (Doug Thorburn)He'd probably still get a ton. (pmitchell60 from NOLA)I'm so not a fantasy guy, but this one is interesting for a few reasons.Could this explain the decreased velocity, as he just is not able to have as much power/momentum as usual? (The Dude from Office)I wrote about Verlander about a month ago: articleid=23949 The off-season surgery could be negatively impacting his torque, and therefore velocity, but the velo concerns about Verlander have been largely overblown. (Matthew Kory)In an ESPN Standard 10-team 12 Keeper league, I have Springer and Taveras in a loaded outfield (B.Now the team that traded for Verlander wants to trade him back to the same owner. One thing that is bothersome besides the fact that were about two months before normal dumping time is that the dumping Team A is in THIRD PLACE in a league of 15 teams: #3 Team A trades Justin Verlander and pick), but there is at least *some* regression coming in those numbers while I believe Verlander will iron himself out as the season evolves.Might feel scary after last night from the pair, but I like it.