Do tall pitchers get away with being skinny easier than shorter guys? It seems like the guys who throw really hard despite being super skinny are really tall. Randy Johnson and Chris sale look like they are just bones and skin but they are also 6"6 plus.
If apples and apples (which, of course, is never really the case), yes. Which has more capacity for velo, longer levers with moderate strength or shorter levers with moderate strength? Which release will be closer to home plate, therefore adding perceived velo and shorter time for a hitter to pick up the pitch? Which potentially allows for more severe angles of attack?