David Price is throwing faster but striking out fewer hitters; is that a bad thing?
David Price’s second season with Boston has been an odd one.
Unlike other seasons in his to-date stellar career, Price missed the first two months with an elbow injury. Since returning to the mound, Price has experienced the odd combination of both throwing faster and striking out fewer hitters.
Generally speaking, that’s a hard thing to pull off, kind of like running faster and stealing fewer bases, or using better ingredients yet baking worse muffins. Still, somehow Price has done it. So we’re left to wonder: Could Price’s increase in fastball velocity be a bad thing?
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