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David Adler Jul 23
Statcast on Gary Sanchez's game-ending, no-hustle groundout: Home-to-1st time: 5.39 seconds Sprint speed: 24.4 feet per second His season averages on max-effort runs are a 4.53-second home-to-1st and a 25.7 ft/sec sprint speed.
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Nick Jul 23
Replying to @_dadler @ktsharp
I really have no idea what any of this means.
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David Adler Jul 23
Replying to @meatface55 @ktsharp
Then I will translate: He would've been safe if he didn't dog it 😊
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Eric Jul 23
0.86 seconds faster means he’s safe?
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Sam Svei Jul 23
Very likely, he was out by barely a step or 2.
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Eric Jul 23
Replying to @ssvei1 @_dadler and 2 others
Looked more like 4 or even 5 steps to me
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Sam Svei Jul 23
Possibly but still was certainly less than 20 feet away. At 25' per ticket he'd cover over 20' in .86 so he'd have been safe
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Eric Jul 23
Replying to @ssvei1 @_dadler and 2 others
But he’s not running 25.7 ft/sec the entire run from home to first. Sprint speed is the top speed reached
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Sam Svei Jul 23
True, which is why it's tough to say. But I calculated at 25 when his AVG Max is nearly 26, and .86 at 25 is more like 21+
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Eric Jul 23
Replying to @ssvei1 @_dadler and 2 others
Meaning he was somewhere between 18.5-31 feet away from the bag when thrown out and could only cover 17 more ft if he ran at his best home to first time
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Sam Svei Jul 23
Also just went back to look at replay on a hunch of angles , think he was barely more than 1 stride from the bag
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Eric Jul 23
Replying to @ssvei1 @_dadler and 2 others
Can you freeze frame? I’d like to see a closer look than I had
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David Adler Jul 23
One stride away
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Sam Svei
These were the best looks I got maybe a little clearer from the side. He starts his last stride as the ball lands in the glove
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