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    BULLPEN USAGE
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    PITCHERS VS BATTERS



    @baseballpro – High-content feed belonging to Baseball Prospectus, whose subscription website has been home to ground-breaking baseball work for almost 20 years.

    @baseball_ref – The first of two must-bookmark databases on this list. Baseball-reference.com is home to the complete annals of MLB history and the account tweets out critical game reports that contain enough information to make bets based upon, amongst other pertinent information.

    @dszymborski – Writer/analyst who was most responsible for the creation of ZIPS, the most-commonly used projection system in public circulation.

    @fangraphs – The second database referenced earlier, Fangraphs Twitter account churns out links to every article on their site, a leader in baseball analysis.

    @JonahKeri – Columnist for Grantland and Sports on Earth. Keri’s writings are entertaining and his understanding of the game does a good job of balancing the importance of modern analytics with the eyeball test.

    @KeithLaw – Smarmy games lover and serious foodie (Twitter feed content warning), Law focuses his baseball energies in part on minor leaguers, but also contributes transaction analysis in a fast and thorough fashion.

    @RobNeyer – Former ESPN mainstay, and SBNation.com National Baseball Editor, now Senior Baseball Editor at FoxSports.com. Neyer bridges the gap from James (with whom he’s worked extensively) to the modern analytics generation.

    baseball news

    While the above list will educate, this list will inform.

    @Buster_ESPN – The senior baseball writer for ESPN Magazine, also writes a subscription-only daily blog from which he shares snippets on his twitter feed. He also live-tweets games.

    @Jaysonst – A less-dedicated member of the race to break stories, ESPN’s Stark has made a living crunching and explaining baseball numbers to the masses.

    @JonMorosi – Fox’s second baseball fiddle to Rosenthal (below), Morosi’s analysis isn’t top level, but he’s an excellent reporter who breaks stories fast and regularly.

    @JonHeymanCBS – Writer for CBS and regular participant in assorted mlb.com initiatives. Heyman is amongst the best-connected reporters in the industry, and more often than not is the one who breaks stories involving super-agent Scott Boras and his clients.

    @Ken_Rosenthal – Little doubt that Rosenthal is the hardest-working reporter in the game. Seemingly breaks about half the major trade stories amidst what have to be 18-hour workdays.

    @MLBdailylineups – Simply, an account that tweets out lineups upon announcement.

    @mlbtraderumors – The ultimate transaction site. The twitter feed is a collections of articles that organizes transaction conjecture and confirmation from every major news source on every story.

    @mlbdepthcharts – No one does a better job of keeping up-to-date info on all thirty teams as roster composition goes. Their twitter updates are frequent and their adjustment time to injury news and the like is close to immediate.

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