One of my favorite things to do within a baseball season is to watch players improve throughout the season. The primary driver for this is it allows me to begin framing what I want to do in next year's drafts so if someone closes well down the stretch after stumbling out of the gate, I have a different opinion on that pitcher than his overall stats typically dictate.
It was a big driver while I could not shut up about James Paxton this offseason, and I'm getting the same gut feeling watching Aaron Nola these days. Saturday, he defeated the New York Mets going seven ...
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