Ever wonder how a major league baseball player hits a 90-mph fastball? Ask some researchers at UC Berkeley, who have identified an area of the brain that makes it possible.

Look at the numbers alone and hitting a home run seems next to impossible. A fastball takes .4 seconds to reach

Source: Newsfix – Science

How Can Anyone Hit a 90 MPH Fastball? Science Explains! 13 May,2013KQED Science


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