Collette Calls: New Pitch Fact Check
Collette Calls: New Pitch Fact Check

This article is part of our Collette Calls series.

Now that we are a third of the way into the season, it feels like a good time to check in on the pitchers that made the 2018 New Pitch Tracker see which pitchers followed up their spring training words with regular season actions. The past two seasons have shown that these tidbits tend to be more talk than action, but let's see how some of the 2018 candidates are holding up to date.

Lance McCullers
said he was renewing his changeup: McCullers already has as many wins in 2018 through 12 starts as he did ...

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Jason Collette
Jason has been helping fantasy owners since 1999 at RotoJunkie, Fanball, Baseball Prospectus and now here at RotoWire. He covers the Tampa Bay Rays at theprocessreport.net. You can hear Jason weekly on many of the Sirius/XM Fantasy channel offerings throughout the season as well as on the Sleeper and the Bust podcast on iTunes. He was selected as the Fantasy Baseball Writer of the Year by FSWA in 2013 and Collette Calls was selected as the Baseball Series of the year for 2018
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