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Reply to "“Hot” radar guns"

I will say that if a PBR or PG event posts a "hot" number for your pitcher then it will only help him/her get noticed.  My son went to a event & hit 86 on the gun (pitching) and that resulted in JUCO coaches contacting him.  One coach wasn't even at that particular event, so I'm guessing he had no way of knowing if the gun was "hot".  IMO hitting certain numbers IS important before coaches take notice (at least for pitchers anyway).  Once they take notice then the discussions (and evaluations) can start.  On the flip side I think if a high-school team is posting radar numbers those aren't considered by the college coaches as closely.  Maybe that's a wrong assumption and posting a HS workout number will get noticed... I'd love to hear someone's experience with that.

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