I feel the same way about the Mariners. Its a solid roster and pitching staff. Felix isn't the pitcher he used to be, but he is really pitching well with decreased velocity.
He's gone from a thrower to a pitcher. He used to be able to just pour on the gas. And he could hit spots and change speeds and all that, but he's mixing it up more. I love these pitch selection charts from Brooks Baseball that really show it. Here's Felix's percentages and outcomes graph. When that four-seamer was over-powering, he'd throw it a lot more. Now he's mixing in a sinker and even a little bit of a cutter.http://www.brooksbaseball.net/outcome.p ... 7&s_type=2
You can dig into velocity/movement, location, and so on. Tons of data on every player.