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According to author David Epstein, hitters like the Los Angeles Angels' Albert Pujols look at the movement of the pitcher's shoulder, torso or hand to help them hit the ball. Brian Bahr/Getty Images hide caption

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Talent Or Skill?: Homing In On The Elusive 'Sports Gene'

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Bracing For Google Glass: An In-Your-Face Technology

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Vince Gill And Paul Franklin Ain't 'Foolin' Around' With Bakersfield Sound

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