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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: baseball velocity

Posted by: landon (landon121998@yahoo.com) on Thu Nov 17 07:24:50 2011

> > > I believe that I've read a baseball must travel at 105 MPH in order to travel 400 ft. Whether off a tee, or off a 98 mph fastball, it must leave the bat at 105 (and about a 30 degree upward trajectory).
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> > > > >how fast does a baseball pitched 98mph travle off a bat swung hard enough to go 400 plus feet?
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> > See Robert K Adair's book the physics of baseball. If it does not give the exact answer, it will give more room for incite.
> I still have the home run derby at Fenway Park a few years ago on tape, they measured the speed of the ball coming off the ball and displayed it at the top left of the screen. They were hitting the ball well over 400 feet-most homers were about 410 feet and the speed measured was usually in the low-90's.


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