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The Physics of COR and Other Measures of Bounciness
The bounciness of the ball depends upon speed.

The Physics of the “Seamy” Side of Baseball
The new MLB report shows the effect of seam height.

Physics in the Atlantic League – or Not
They're testing new rules but the game is the same.

It’s Physics: Juiced Balls Don’t Explain the Home Run Explosion
Distinguishing the effects of the ball-bat collision from the flight through air.

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As Bogey once said, "A hot dog at the ballgame beats roast beef at the Ritz." The only thing that can make baseball even better is a dash of physics! Explore these links and have a blast. Please send comments to the address below.

Baseball Publications
Papers and articles using baseball to understand physics.

Professional Presentations
Here are some talks that you might find useful. They might even be interesting and fun.

Physics and Baseball In Action
These videos from actual games demonstrate many physics principles in game situations using super slow motion and infared cameras.

Dr. Baseball Videos
Join our friend Dr. Baseball, for some short videos briefly explaining the physics behind baseball.

Other Resources
Physics and baseball activities, baseball movie clips, and more.

Baseball Links
Some of our favorite places for physics and baseball on the web.

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