Jenrry Mejia has been a solid ground-ball pitcher in 2014. But since developing a sports hernia on around July 22, Mejia’s already solid 45.0 percent ground-ball rate has spiked to an elite 57.9 percent level. Given the 12.9 percent bump in grounders, is it possible Mejia is actually pitching better with the sports hernia? Continue reading
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