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Thread: Hitting a Major League fastball should be physically impossible.

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    Sam the Sheepdog LA Ute's Avatar
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    Hitting a Major League fastball should be physically impossible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LA Ute View Post

    I've read that hitting a major league pitch is probably the most difficult physical thing to do in all of sports. This sums up why quite nicely.

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    This also doesn't factor in that you have a round ball hitting a round bat. The contact point for a hr is incredibly small.

    Then consider you can teach a toddler to hit a pitch (albeit not a MLB pitch). Humans are amazing.

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