on January 25, 2013 @ 11:52:28
Here are outliers whose pitch movement changed significantly in 2012:
Pitch Movement 2012 vs. 2011
*Min 40 IP 2011, 2012
We did not find that an increase or decrease in pitch movement was correlated with a change in k/9 or bb/9.
SP whose pitch movement increased in 2012 posted an average 6.8 k/9 that season. Their average k/9 in 2011 was also 6.8.
Same goes for bb/9. Those with increased pitch movement in 2012 maintained the same bb/9 (2.7) as they had in 2011.
Guys whose pitch movement decreased in 2012 did not show significant deviations from the k/9 and bb/9 they posted in the prior season.
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