Swing Batter Swing Batter Swing!

swing batterScience of Baseball: Fastball Reaction Time

imitates a 90-mph fastball thrown by a major league pitcher. While this exhibit doesn’t test if you could actually hit a fastball, it does test whether you could react in time to hit one. When you see the “swing batter” screen, a signal in your eye sends a message to a part of your brain that controls your muscles. Your brain must then send a signal to your muscles, telling them to click.

It will tell you to swing at random times, so wait for it. I haven’t gotten a hit yet.