Major League Baseball fans are freaking out over the idea of computer umpires in baseball. But in a partnership with MLB, the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball is already using Trackman technology to electronically call balls and strikes. And if things continue to progress, we could see computerized strike zones in the Majors within a few years.
Jeff Bakalar got to check out Trackman in action, and face an 80MPH fastball in the process.
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