Oct
15
2008

science of baseball

there is plenty of science in baseball, especially physics as the bat hits the ball and the ball travels very fast.

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Joe's picture
Joe says:

iowaboy, can you tell us more? Any current science related to this post? Here is a baseball post that has a current science connection.

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posted on Wed, 10/15/2008 - 3:58pm
iowaboy's picture
iowaboy says:

it was my first posting, give me a break!

posted on Wed, 11/12/2008 - 1:36pm
Liza's picture
Liza says:

Joe wasn't giving you a hard time. Sorry if it came off that way. We just need to be sure we stay mostly on topic or the whole community falls apart.

posted on Wed, 11/12/2008 - 1:38pm
iowaboy's picture
iowaboy says:

duly noted, i'm more of a history man than science.
and nobody through the program had notified me of this any earlier.

there are plenty of blog postings that seem to have little to do with science, and this is my only posting so far so i definitely am not responsible for the others.

posted on Wed, 11/12/2008 - 2:48pm

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