The field of pitching analytics has made several analytical strides in the past decade by quantifying what was once thought unquantifiable: seam-shifted wake, spin direction, active spin, etc. One potential next frontier in that space involves finger pressure. Does the amount of pressure a pitcher applies to a baseball impact its ball flight? Is there a correlation between finger pressure and injury risk? Alex Fast - in conjunction with Driveline Baseball - has determined a way to quantify finger pressure, finding answers to these questions and much more in what could be the next great step forward in pitching analytics.