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Cleared for Takeoff: Biomechanical Analysis and the Flight Path of Baseballs Everywhere

This story is part of our series on digital scouting and how teams are adapting during the pandemic. Our last two stories focused on how baseball players are using data to get in front of scouts and how teams are using that information to make decisions.  This piece looks at what's next at all levels of the sport. * * * * * The Cube is an oddity at every showcase, and not just because it isn’t an actual cube. The four-foot-tall structure—a rectangular prism, to be precise—is made of red and black PVC pipe and used by ZenoLink founder Chris Welch as a calibration tool for biomechanical analysis. Its known size and geometry allow him .

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