Wednesday, October 9, 2013

On Physics and Baseball

You'd think that someone who spent 5+ years studying Physics as an undergrad would realize, while teaching lads to catch fly balls correctly with two hands and centered, that a fly ball landing in the glove might transfer its linear momentum to the extra baseball held in the hand stabilizing the glove from behind, which might then transfer it directly to a nearby nose.

You'd think that, wouldn't you?


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