Congrats to Christian Holmes on his commitment to play baseball at Kansas State University. Christian is a student at De La Salle High School in Chicago, IL.
Congrats to Israel (Izo) Delgado on his commitment to play baseball at the University of Missouri. Izo is a student at Illinois Lutheran High School in Crete, IL.
Congrats to Brendan Summerhill on his commitment to play baseball at University of Kentucky. Brendan is a student at Whitney Young High School in Chicago, IL.
Analyzes individual’s swing. Attaches to the knob of the bat to provide metrics specific that allow for evaluation of every swing. Blast Sensors are used every day at practice, allowing players to get direct feedback, which is a critical part of motor learning.
Real-time, on-screen evaluation. Doppler radar is used to quantify multiple aspects of the batted ball. It measures exit velocity, launch angle, direction, distance, and more. Results of each swing are displayed on a screen or iPad which provides direct feedback to the hitter.
Instant feedback for pitchers. These technologies use radar and optical cameras to calculate several metrics related to velocity, ball movement and spin. The data is used by the data analyst team, coaching staff and players to assist with pitch design and the development of each pitcher’s arsenal.
High-speed pitch evaluation and design. This professional grade high-speed camera has a unique interface that allows for the user to control exposure, shutter speed, frame rate and ISO. Edgertronic camera collect video at up to 10,000 FPS (normal camera is 30-60 FPS). During pitch design sessions, the Edgertronic camera allows the coaching staff and pitcher…
A pitcher’s best friend. These inertial measurement units are worn in a compression sleeve by pitchers every day. They are able to quantify metrics related to stress and workload specific to throwing. They count throws, estimate stress on the elbow, and measure other metrics associated with pitcher training. Motus sleeves are a critical component of…