You can’t tell me this exists for any analytical reason. It’s just to make you ill.
Triple pitch color trail overlay with @Marlins Jose Urena #Marlins #MLB— Michael Augustine (@AugustineMLB) July 30, 2018
Orange- Two-seam fastball, 96MPH
Yellow- Slider, 85MPH
Green- Changeup, 91MPH pic.twitter.com/lefO7EmB6S
That’s tonight’s Marlins starter, Jose Urena, making a real jabroni out of some poor Nationals hitter. Urena has had his struggles this year, with an especially tender July in which he only lasted through the sixth inning once in five starts (and twice couldn’t get past the fourth). As they’ve met over the years, both Maikel Franco and Odubel Herrera have gotten to him, Herrera with a .385 BA, two doubles and a triple in 13 AB and Franco hitting .313 off him in 16 AB since 2015. Let’s hope that success continues tonight.