How the data-driven Orioles and a New Jersey pitching facility led Matt Harvey to Baltimore


At his All-Star peak, former UNC pitcher would blow hitters away with his intimidating high-90s mph fastball. But the video posted by the Baseball Performance Center of South Jersey highlighted the right-hander’s data-driven work to better learn how his pitches move and spin — and opened his eyes to how much he needed to improve. (Baltimore Sun)

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