JUICE WARS

There is a contention by many that MLB baseballs are “juiced” these days. However, it’s not the opinion of our esteemed colleague Dr. Edwin Meyer of Killer Sports. The highly acclaimed math professor has broken down by season the actual numbers of home runs per strikeout since 2004. His findings show that because hitters today are “swinging for the fences”, there has been an assignable cause for a shift in performance and as a result it is very likely that the increase in number of home runs hit per game in 2019 is not the result of a “juiced ball,” but simply a result of the batters “swinging for the fences” even when they have two strikes on them. To read more on this interesting study from the Professor, follow link: https://bit.ly/2yMyo9l

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