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UEFL f/x vs K-Zone and the Player-Umpire Disconnect

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The postseason brings many newcomers to the website, often brought by curiosity about our home plate umpire pitch performance figures. Welcome! We’re thrilled that you are here. This article introduces UEFL f/x and how it stacks up against Statcast, Brooks Baseball graphics, Pitch f/x, K-Zone,...

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On 10/5/2018 at 1:58 PM, Gil said:

The postseason brings many newcomers to the website, often brought by curiosity about our home plate umpire pitch performance figures. Welcome! We’re thrilled that you are here. This article introduces UEFL f/x and how it stacks up against Statcast, Brooks Baseball graphics, Pitch f/x, K-Zone,...

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Is there a way to circle the missed ones from the Brooks link you are sending us too, so we can get a better grasp on perception and reality, like the hit by pitch on the jersey.

From one angle there was no way the pitch hit his jersey (perception), but from another angle You could see the touch of the jersey (reality).c

You already know how many pitches were called correctly and incorrectly. We will try to figure whether it is the vertical or horizontal axis based on location, especially when it could be either. I think just a red circle only around the missed ones would be sufficient. And of course for some of the games you would only be marking a couple of pitches.

Of course this request comes right as the crew chiefs have their day in back of the bat/stick/dish/plate. Some of those young bucks have done well so far. Let's see if the cc's can keep up with, or very close to the pace set so far, to start the crucial 2-0 series where backsides will be tight, and composure towards all ball strike judgment pronouncements will not be as accepting/forgiving, due to not wanting a season ending sweep. Maybe something goofy will come up and cc's will have to use their situational handling skills.

 

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