One thing I’ve noticed as an avid consumer of both fantasy baseball analysis and financial/economic analysis is that the lexicon and parlance have a good bit of crossover. While I suspect this is due to many fantasy analysts having math or economics backgrounds, it is rare to be able to capture the collision of two unrelated fields in such a succinct three-word article title, so I’m excited about this opportunity. You see, we are here not just to track new pitches being deployed by pitchers who have not previously deployed them, but also to analyze whether the velocity changes we observe have the validity and staying power that will result in fantasy impact.
Thus, just like we would need to determine if we should “buy the dip”...
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