Feb 5, 2020

Why Hitting is Hard: Overlaying a 94 mph Fastball and an 80 mph Curveball

 

Rob Friedman, a pitching analyst for MLB and ESPN, demonstrates how hard it is to hit a major league pitch with this elegant visual.

Using ace Charlie Morton’s 94 mph fastball and 80 mph curveball, we can appreciate how hard it must be for a hitter to swing or lay off. Both pitches look the same coming out of Morton’s hand and then things get very different.

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