Top 50 Pitchers Kwindex Leaderboard – 09/08/2020

Welcome to this updated edition of the Top 50 Pitchers Kwindex Leaderboard. You will find for every pitcher in the charts: their updated rank, their Kwindex, the Season Ranking Changes and a “Movement from the last leaderboard” column (Mov). We are going to review them by tiers, so let’s start right away with the upper … Read more

Top 50 Pitchers Kwindex Leaderboard

This is a new update to the Kwindex Leaderboard which tries to provide a look at which are the top SPs for the rest of the season. You will find for every pitcher in the charts his updated rank, their Kwindex, the Ranking Change for the past few weeks changes for them, and a “Movement … Read more

It’s time to pay attention to Danny Duffy. Again.

Here is the thing: Danny Duffy was supposed to be the ace that the Royals needed to build their pitching staff around, and during his ten years with them he has shown stretches of performance that made it look like he would deliver on that promise. The highest point in his career, so far, was … Read more

TOP 50 Pitchers Rest Of Season.

This is a new update to the Kwindex Leaderboard which tries to provide a look of which are the top SPs for the rest of the season. Following good advice from @yosoyrorro, I’ve done some changes on the way the relationship between pitchers positions in the leaderboard work and what does their Kwindex indicate. You … Read more

The Venezuelan pitcher of the year (I).

Days ago I read an interesting exchange on Twitter about who was the best-performing Venezuelan pitcher so far this season. There were varied candidates, as we can see here: Knowing most of those involved, I respect their opinions a lot, and I was interested in trying to find a way to establish in some way, … Read more

Framber Valdéz

(A quick call of attention). It’s been a horrible, bad, not good 2020 for the Astros. Adding to the burden of the sign-stealing scandal, a myriad of injuries including the one affecting Justin Verlander, a depleted pitching rotation and prolonged slumps by the likes of José Altuve, Bergman, and Springer have combined to the resulting … Read more