One first expected for Thursday’s game was a camera strapped to the helmet of a batter and a catcher.
It’s the first time the camera, made by a company called UHWK, debuted at a professional baseball game.
“For the most part, fans have not seen 90 mile-an-hour fast balls. They haven’t seen what it’s like for a batter to react to a pitch so quickly. So we’re going to get that footage and that’s just a really cool experience for our fans,” Chris Knoblock, the team’s broadcaster & media relations, said.
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