Study: More Baseball Home Runs Hit from Curve Balls NPR's Mike Pesca speaks to NPR's Ira Flatow, host of Talk of the Nation Science Friday, about a new study that shows baseball players hit more home runs off of curve ball pitches than fast balls.
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Study: More Baseball Home Runs Hit from Curve Balls

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Study: More Baseball Home Runs Hit from Curve Balls

Study: More Baseball Home Runs Hit from Curve Balls

Study: More Baseball Home Runs Hit from Curve Balls

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NPR's Mike Pesca speaks to NPR's Ira Flatow, host of Talk of the Nation Science Friday, about a new study that shows baseball players hit more home runs off of curve ball pitches than fast balls.