He’s moved on.
That’s nice to know.
He is not wearing the hated uniform now while he is moving on.
As a wise man said…“I’d like to settle down but they won’t let me.”
So he’s moved on, and won’t hold it against them. How magnanimous of him.
Maybe more than any other pitcher, Dallas owes his career to Luhnow and the “new” analytics of baseball.
Does he talk about that somewhere? I remember him saying that he was the only pitcher in the rotation who wasn’t trying to get a high-spin rate.
I don’t know about the spin rate, but in “Astroball” it talks about him really being excited about the shift and changing pitch selection based on the suggestions ( orders?) of the front office and using data to convince him.
And the results were night and day.