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Reply by Iowamom23

Asked my son, who pitches for a P5 that uses rapsodo. He asked one of his managers, who actually analyses the stuff, here's his...
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Reply by wildcat

Thanks everyone. I understand what is being measured and how to use it (for the most part) but what I don't understand is the "score".

Reply by baseballhs

They did a few articles on it recently. https://rapsodo.com/understand...rofile-introduction/

Reply by nycdad

Both son's use it. If you are using it, and have access to the data, the definitions of those scores are in the report. Here's a...

Reply by Wechson

Measurement of hitting for Rapsodo pretty self explainatory...measures basic exit velo, pitch speed, distance and launch angle. For...

Reply by Wechson

haha, that's a good practical joke. My guy hits off Rapsodo, for his clean shots averaged between 92-95 off soft toss. On a recent Blast...

Reply by Wechson

Nice to see this kind of Grandparental pride. I was really close with my Grandfather, I wish he could have seen his Great Grandchildren...

Reply by Kimb27

It's only 6 episodes I think but really good! I have no cheer affiliation at all in my family, so I went in knowing very little. I think...

Reply by Peach49

HitTraks is new to my grandson's training center, but he did hit 98 at a college camp that used a stalker radar gun back in October. In...

Reply by 57special

You can mess with the sensitivity of HitTraks and skew the numbers. For a joke, my son's friend's(a PO) team turned it up for him in BP.

Reply by Peach49

Exit Velocity is great, but I agree you have to be able to do it in a game. My grandson has worked really hard this past off-season and...

Reply by Wechson

Turns out Dicks Sporting Goods wasn't a fluke. He will continue to lean into this through the Varsity season and spring showcases.

Reply by Iowamom23

I know nothing, but have you tried Simple Sabermetrics? He has a couple of videos on Rapsodo.
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Reply by JCG

Honestly, one of the things I like best about HS baseball is that for the most part the constant chirping you hear at all lower levels...
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Reply by game7

No offense, but you should use cues/words that your players have become accustomed to hearing from their previous coaches. Ditto, an air...

Reply by game7

I don't use any cues or words because our 1B coach is responsible for runners at second, which enables the 3B coach (me) to concentrate...

Reply by TxballDad

Open (=one step away), Close (=one step back), BACK! (you know that one) With more than one base runner Call base number then...

Reply by 22and25

From the stands? Nothing. From the 3rd base coach's box? Back = BACK!!!! Get more = "nobody" or "get another one"

Reply by TxballDad

Wife and daughter watched it. Daughter has been part of it since she was 4. Looks like she will be heading to Texas Tech or University...
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