If you were standing on home plate with a baseball bat in your hand and a pitch was thrown, you'd have a lot of decisions to make. Where will the ball cross the plate? Should you swing at this pitch or let it go? Where should you aim the bat? How hard should you swing? In the major leagues, pitches blaze past your eyeballs and batters have to make every one of those decisions in half the time it takes to blink. How is that even possible? No wonder there's so much research that goes into the science of the sport.
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Written by Ashley Hamer August 15, 2017
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