When preparing for an upcoming series as a pitching staff, the more information, the better. But unless you’re in professional ...read more
This summer’s been a packed one for me – I’ve had a ton of work to tackle, lots of athletes ...read more
Bunch of stuff to catch up on this Friday morning/afternoon – plenty to keep you busy at your desk and ...read more
Recently, while reading various blog articles on baseball books, I was made aware of a book called The Physics of Pitching. My initial reaction was of excitement, since the Physics of Baseball is a timeless classic by Robert K. Adair that I cannot recommend highly enough (and at $9 on Amazon, you have no good reason to not buy it if you don't yet own it).