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Author: [MLB Betting] Topic: shadowy field.....
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Posted: 10/8/2012 4:12:30 PM
what's the sun/cloud coverage like near the stadium at the moment?


Anyone who's played the game knows what a helpless circumstance the effects of a shadow can have on your ability to lock in on the ball....it's as though it vanishes in mid air.

Something to take into consideration for the O/U speculators
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Posted: 10/8/2012 4:17:36 PM
I just posted that exact question 5 minutes before you.  The only reason I ask is because the hitters from yesterday have said that they were having trouble seeing the ball and basically swinging at a location instead of the ball.  
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Posted: 10/8/2012 4:30:16 PM
I played on travelling teams that had games scheduled for that dreaded mid/late afternoon slot. You're basically left with studying his release point when you're on deck and then when you get to the box. After the release point, it's all guess work and you're essentially swinging at a figment of where the ball is gonna be in your head.....that garbage can bring a grown man to tears from frustration. 

I was dealing with high school kids.....imagine having to go up against cy young candidates and being handicapped like that?
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