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A batter accurately tracks the baseball from the pitcher’s mound through the first two-thirds of the ball’s flight. Then the batter’s eyes jump to where he expects the ball will meet his bat (red). If he’s wrong, there is no time to move the bat and hit the ball (blue).

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baseball

A batter accurately tracks the baseball from the pitcher’s mound through the first two-thirds of the ball’s flight. Then the batter’s eyes jump to where he expects the ball will meet his bat (red). If he’s wrong, there is no time to move the bat and hit the ball (blue).

Tom Moore

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baseball

A batter accurately tracks the baseball from the pitcher’s mound through the first two-thirds of the ball’s flight. Then the batter’s eyes jump to where he expects the ball will meet his bat (red). If he’s wrong, there is no time to move the bat and hit the ball (blue).

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