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Brock Stewart Vs. Tyler Anderson

Brock Stewart Vs. Tyler Anderson...What to expect

Report generated Wednesday, August 3, 2016
BROCK STEWART
Pitch Summary
  • Threw fastballs 91-94mph (62% of all pitches)
  • Cutter 85-85 (2%)
  • Changeup 79-82 (20%)
  • Slider 85-87 (11%)
  • 95 total pitches (56% in the strike zone)
Last Game
  • LAST GAME ON 06/29/16@MIL
  • Fastball 92-94mph (59 pitches, 62% of total)
  • Cutter 85.10-85 (2 pitches, 2% of total)
  • Changeup 79-82 (19 pitches, 20% of total)
  • Slider 85-87 (11 pitches, 12% of total))
  • Threw 95 total pitches (57% in the strike zone)
Last Game Summary
  • 1 walk 8 hits- 5 off FB 2 off change 1 off slider. 6 strikeouts (5 swinging). Threw 12 first-pitches in the strike-zone of 23 total (52%). Faced 10 LHH 13 RHH.
Strengths
  • Great control of fastballs.
  • Changeups were deceptively slower than his fastballs by 12.40 mph.
  • -- and when he did batters took advantage hitting 21% (9% is average).
Windup/Stretch
  • From the stretch, threw strikes 9% less frequently (51% vs 60%). From the stretch, located pitches 4" up.
Insights
  • He did not vary his fastballs velocity much, usually by only 1.80 mph.
  • Deceptive fastballs had 22% of swings miss (10% is average). Had a consistent slider angle at -8 deg. Kept changeups low to LHH.
TYLER ANDERSON
Pitch Summary
  • Threw fastballs 79-93mph (44% of all pitches)
  • Cutter 84-87 (23%)
  • Changeup 79-83 (26%)
  • Slider 83-86 (2%)
  • Curveball 74-78 (1%)
  • 865 total pitches (60% in the strike zone)
  • Threw 161 of 262 first pitches for strikes (61%)
Last Game
  • LAST GAME ON 07/28/16@NYN
  • Fastball 89-92mph (35 pitches, 38% of total)
  • Cutter 84.78-88 (23 pitches, 25% of total)
  • Changeup 81-83 (27 pitches, 29% of total)
  • Curveball 75-78 (7 pitches, 8% of total))
  • Threw 92 total pitches (67% in the strike zone)
Last Game Summary
  • walks 7 hits- 2 off FB 1 off change 4 off cutter. 5 strikeouts (1 swinging). Threw 15 first-pitches in the strike-zone of 24 total (62%). Faced 10 LHH 14 RHH. Umpire called 2 balls incorrectly as strikes including 1 strike-three
Strengths
  • Good control of changeup.
  • Deceptive 4-seamers had 33% of swings miss (10% is averageS).
  • Kept first-pitch down 55% of the time (25% was average)
  • -- and when he did batters performed just average hitting 7% (9% is average).
Weaknesses
  • Poor control of 4-seams. Release points for slider came out 2.50".
Patterns
  • Liked to mix in cutters often - 23%. Threw first-pitch changeup much more often than most pitchers at 26%. Threw fewer first-pitch fastballs than most pitchers at 46%.
  • Threw strikes on 0-2 counts, throwing balls out of the zone only 40% of the time (62% is average). 1-0 threw changeups to RHH 37% (12% is average).
  • 2-1 threw changeups to righties 47% (12% is average).
  • Consider stealing on 2-1 - he threw 18% of 11 pitches in potential SB opportunities in the dirt.
Insights
  • Rarely attempted pickoffs.
  • 0 Threw fastballs inside to LHH. Threw fastballs low to LHH. He mixed up his fastballs velocity broadly, usually by 5.40 mph.
  • Threw curves inside to RHH. Kept curves low to RHH. Got little spin on curves (64% below MLB average) Threw sliders outside to lefties. Kept sliders low to lefties. Had a consistent slider angle at -3 deg. Did not vary the slider length often, usually by 0.80 ft. His 4-seams were one of the slowest of all pitchers at 83.20. He mixed up his 4-seam velocities broadly, usually by 8.60 mph.
  • Got little spin on 4-seam (18% below MLB average). Kept cutter low to LHH.
  • Average control of cutter. Got little spin on cutters (26% below MLB average).

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