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Rob Rose
Baseball history has been made. The first pitch registered by the automated ball-strike system is a called strike in the All-Star game.
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Rob Rose Jul 10
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Rob Rose Jul 11
Replying to @RobRoseSports
Link to my story on the new TrackMan system in the Atlantic League:
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A. Paul Jul 11
Replying to @RobRoseSports
How do they determine each player's zone?
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Rob Rose Jul 11
Replying to @alcubbies
TrackMan is used by all MLB-affiliated teams so if a player has played for a MLB or MILB team recently they have a zone created already for them. If not, it goes by their height and weight until they get enough at-bats to have their own.
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OGunderground Jul 12
This isn't the first time this has been used in pro tank baseball.... the San Rafael Pacific did that 2 years ago.... was there!!! Word up Bernzy
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Rob Rose Jul 13
the history is that this is the first time the software will be used full-time, but I can see how that tweet might be read as the first pitch ever called by a non-human umpire. There’s only so much you can type when you’re trying to send a quick tweet.
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Tom Kilgore Jul 11
Replying to @RobRoseSports
And you can steal 1B?
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Rob Rose Jul 11
Replying to @TomKilgore1
You can try to advance to first base on a ball that gets by the catcher under the new rules announced today.
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JR Boyance Jul 12
Replying to @RobRoseSports
Who is the umpire? They deserve credit for their historic work of the game.
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Rob Rose Jul 12
Replying to @Godardfan
Brian deBrauwere, you can read his thoughts on the new software in my story linked in the thread.
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Nate Jul 11
well if you ask long enough, sometimes you get what you ask for.
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Ain't No Way Soft Jul 11
Replying to @RobRoseSports
Beginning of the End...
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john kevin spencer Jul 11
We’ve just witnessed something firsthand that will become common place over the next 15 years regarding many facets of our daily life !!! Preach on
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M Acosta Jul 11
Replying to @RobRoseSports
I'm old school but with the speed of the pitches these days there are more and more missed calls esp. on the fastball.
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David Bickel Jul 11
Replying to @RobRoseSports
And the public humiliation of umpires continues...
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Recite Social Jul 11
your Tweet was quoted in an article by
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