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September 4, 2009

Dan Hudson pitches 2 scoreless innings [UPDATE]

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ September 4, 2009 9:42 pm
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Hit-by-pitch, fly-out, pop-out, strike-out. Ground-out, pop-out, fly-out. Here’s the Pitch-F/X data.

Pitch Statistics (Velocity Histogram)
Pitch Type Avg Speed Max Speed Avg H-Break Avg V-Break Count Strikes / % Swinging Strikes / % Nibbleness Time to Plate
FF (FourSeam Fastball) 93.62 95.2 -8.99 10.76 14 9 / 64.29% 0 / 0.00% 7.01 0.402
CH (Changeup) 83.50 84.4 -10.00 3.86 5 4 / 80.00% 0 / 0.00% 3.87 0.451
SL (Slider) 83.72 84.2 -1.53 4.37 5 4 / 80.00% 0 / 0.00% 3.72 0.446
Pitch classifications provided by the Gameday Algorithm and are unfortunately often inaccurate.
Clicking individual pitch types will provide individual velocity histograms for each pitch.

Nibbleness is the arithmetic mean of the distance of each pitch, in inches, from the edge of a normalized strikezone. Lower indicates “more Nibbley”.
Time to Plate is the time, in seconds, that it takes an average pitch of this type to reach the plate. This is strongly correlated with velocity, but also factors in movement.

Inning-by-Inning Pitch Totals
Inning Pitches in Inning Strikes in Inning Strike% in Inning Cumulative Total Pitches
7 15 10 66.67 15
8 9 7 77.78 24

UPDATE: Ozzie, will Hudson het more time?

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