These three pitches all start at one point and you won't believe where they end up
You probably know that hitting in the Major Leagues requires some crazy skills. It's obvious any time you watch a player push a whole car up a hill or see the radar gun flash "98 mph" on your TV screen.
But however difficult you think it is to play in the bigs, we're here to tell you that it's actually at least 50 times harder than that. How can we be so sure? Well, because we got this up-close glimpse of Trevor Bauer pitching, and now we don't even know which laws of physics are real anymore:
Playing Major League Baseball is really, really difficult ... Near impossible, actually.— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) November 26, 2018
There's a good chance we'd strike out on 1 pitch if we faced @BauerOutage.
Watch this, and tag a friend who thinks baseball is easy. pic.twitter.com/YbpQLNnxrc
All three of those balls start in the same spot ... only to zoom in three different directions at three different speeds. If you need us, we'll be in the fetal position.