Good, Seagull is back there.
Yes, there have been studies on how humidity affects pitching. Short answer: Not much.
One time I was at a 23.5° tilt. Is she the same Rose from the comic strip Rose is Rose?
The first three items are important. What’s missing are: “current score, number of outs, and which inning.” I’d also be very concerned about “chance of a pop-fly to Spud.”
Now she has to start over.
New rules; speed up the game…
I feel like this is my GPS when I decide to turn down an interesting road instead of following her directions..
Don’t forget the coriolus effect!
I’m surprised that Amelia is not yelling at Rose to pitch the ball.
She’s dedicated! Go, Rose!!
If she is so zoned out, why has the runner not advanced?
Add ‘spit something brown’ to the prep. Enhances the intimidation of the sintense stare.
Rose go to sniper school when we weren’t looking?
I believe the MLB instituted a new rule: pitcher has 20 seconds (with runners on base) to throw the ball.
Too much time between pitches. I don’t know what that penalty is in peewee league…..
This is the reason that pitchers should let catchers do the thinking. Rose! Throw what Amelia is calling for and throw it at Amelia’s mitt!
Paralysis by analysis…
When is the pitch clock expected to arrive in Little League ball?
Trying to solve a Cannon Lake problem on a 4004?
the new pitch clock won’t allow for this anymore!
Don’t forget to account for the Coriolis effect.
It’s pitcher perfect!
23.5 degree axis of tilt not 23.4.
Rose, Snug Harbor’s terminator.
April 15, 2016