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Part 2 of our pitching tunneling series dives into prior research and examines the validity of pitch tunneling from a quantitative perspective. Slide 1: The Effects of Pitch Sequencing (Roegele, 2015- Hardball Times) Pitch Tunneling & Perceptually Equivalent Pitches (Gray, 2017- Perception Action Blog) The Rising Fastball and Other Perceptual Illusions of Batters (Bahill and Baldwin, 2014- Chapter 10 in Biomedical Engineering Principles in Sports May I have Seconds? (Sheehan, 2007- The Baseball Analysts) Pitch sequence: High fastball then curveball (Kalk, 2009- Hardball Times) The Essence of Velocity (Turbow, 2014- sbnation) Prospectus Feature: Introducing Pitch Tunnels (Pavlidis, Judge, and Long, 2017) Prospectus Feature: Updating Pitch Tunnels (Long, Pavlidis, and Alonso, 2018) Slide 2: The Effects of Pitch Sequencing (Roegele, 2015- Hardball Times) Prospectus Feature: Introducing Pitch Tunnels (Pavlidis, Judge, and Long, 2017) Pitch sequence: High fastball then curveball (Kalk, 2009- Hardball Times) A Model of Motor Inhibition for a Complex Skill: Baseball Batting (Gray, 2009) Visual-Motor Control in Baseball Batting (Gray, 2010) Pitch Tunneling & Perceptually Equivalent Pitches (Gray, 2017- Perception Action Blog) The Rising Fastball and Other Perceptual Illusions of Batters (Bahill and Baldwin, 2014- Chapter 10 in Biomedical Engineering Principles in Sports Slide 3: Contribution of Visual Information about Ball Trajectory to Baseball Hitting Accuracy (Higuchi et al, 2016) Head-eye movement of collegiate baseball batters during fastball hitting (Higuchi, Nagami, Nakata, and Kanosue, 2018) Slide 4: Prospectus Feature: Updating Pitch Tunnels (Long, Pavlidis, and Alonso, 2018) Data Courtesy of Baseball Prospectus
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