Every pitch in the game of baseball is a measure of body control and consistency. Across the sport, coaches and evaluators oftentimes talk about the results of a certain play, but not all the small details that went into attaining that result. On the mound, releasing the ball a split second off can be the... Continue Reading →
It was a historic weekend in Auburndale, Florida as BaseballCloud officially launched at the Florida Scout Ball Summer Kick-Off. With eleven teams participating in the two-day event, the amateur baseball market caught a glimpse in to the future of the game. Nearly three-quarters of the participating players signed up for their free BaseballCloud profile, allowing... Continue Reading →
This weekend will mark the official launch of the BaseballCloud app with data being collected at Florida Scoutball's Summer Kick Off at the Lake Myrtle Sports Complex in Auburndale, Florida.
Ever since Major League Baseball was founded over a century ago in 1903, the methods of player evaluation have been constantly evolving. While the techniques and philosophies have been anything but constant, the goal has always been the same: find an objective way to analyze a player’s abilities and how they will project to the... Continue Reading →
What would you say is the most often discussed talking points among big league hitters? Batting average? Their stance? Who’s the best ping pong player in the clubhouse? Try again. Hang around any Major League batting cage for ten minutes and you might hear the words “launch angle” brought up half a dozen times. From... Continue Reading →