Spencer Bingol, Beyond the Box Score

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Beyond the Box Score

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Past articles by Spencer:

Tyler Thornburg has become a respectable closer

The Brewers' former top 100 prospect has made some changes and emerged as a legitimate late-inning reliever following the July trades of Will Smith and Jeremy Jeffress. → Read More

Joe Biagini, the best Rule 5 pick of the year

Originally taken from the Giants’ system in December, Biagini has added a cutter and become a dominant reliever for the Blue Jays. → Read More

Luis Perdomo is developing in the Majors

One of the Padres’ acquisitions from the Rule 5 Draft, Perdomo has transitioned into the rotation and developed some promising traits — while also seeing improved results. → Read More

Joe Musgrove’s MLB data agree with scouting reports so far

After three sterling outings against good lineups, the Astros’ newest starting pitcher was torched by the Orioles on Thursday. → Read More

Justin Wilson is baseball’s most dominant ‘bad’ reliever

It’s not easy to figure out why Justin Wilson has a below average ERA. → Read More

Brewers begin building with promotion of Orlando Arcia

With the unforced promotion of the organization's top prospect, are the Brewers preparing to open their competitive window sooner than expected? → Read More

Giants add trio of controllable Major Leaguers for another even year run

Not content to coast by on #EvenYear inevitability, the Giants freely moved top prospects for a trio of veteran, but controllable, Major League pieces. → Read More

Ervin Santana probably does have some trade value

The Twins' starter, and his contract, are probably more valuable than most fans would assume. → Read More

Anthony Rendon is hitting the ball hard into the ground

The Nationals’ infielder has a Hard-Hit rate out of step with his actual power production. → Read More

Justin Verlander, the best pitcher in the American League

Over the last calendar year, Justin Verlander again leads the American League with 5.7 fWAR. How did this happen? → Read More

The chronically underperforming Ricky Nolasco

By roughly every measure but runs, the Twins starter has been roughly average since joining the Twins. What's going on? → Read More

Wilson Ramos can literally see again, is mashing

Following a career-worst offensive season in 2015, the Nationals' catcher received Lasik surgery and is currently the best hitting catcher in baseball. → Read More

Will Harris, quietly elite reliever and now apparently Houston part-time closer

Once a 30-year-old waiver wire pickup, the Astros reliever has spent the last two seasons dominating in an inconsistent bullpen, without much closer consideration. → Read More

Call it a comeback: CC Sabathia among other recent rebounds

The Yankees' former ace has begun 2016 with a strong start - how unprecedented is his apparent resurgence? → Read More

Jean Segura's disciplined adjustment

The Diamondbacks' infielder has, to this point in the 2016 season, been able to lay off of the high pitch. → Read More

Could Ichiro have hit more home runs?

There's an oft-repeated belief that with a different approach, Ichiro could have sacrificed hits for home runs. Do any similar players actually hit for power? → Read More