Scaling an outfield wall is even more difficult than it looks.
Making the hot stuff hot, and keeping the cool stuff cool.
Taking another look at one of the more exciting plays in baseball.
Using Statcast data to study the flight of a baseball.
It’s Opening Day, time to cheer for your team. Every possibility lies before us.
What hitters did, what they should have done, and how some over- or under-achieved.
A technical look at one of the most beloved sounds in sports.
An event full of sound and fury – signifying something rare and amazing.
Ted Williams knew how to hit. No, really, physics confirms it. SCIENCE!
The odds you’ll see a perfect game any given day vary much more than you think.
What pitch type can be hit the farthest, and how is that accomplished?
Collecting 2015 wind data for every ballpark.
Remembering an old friend and examining how fast balls are going when they reach the stands.
How is that big ole video board in left field affecting batted balls in the air?
The front edge of home plate is not the only area of the plate that needs to be taken into consideration.
Why is August so much warmer than January?
Is the crack of the bat helpful for outfielders?
Why does PITCHf/X seem to be more accurate than our own eyes?
if you want to understand Statcast, you need to know a little bit about radar.
Pitches might vary substantially in value based solely on when they’re thrown