10:20 AM - April 30, 2005 by Steve_OS
Operation Sports and Xbox.com continue to work together to provide you with more sports gaming content. Our very own Shawn Drotar has posted a new article entitled MVP Baseball 2005: The Hitter's Eye at Xbox.com, make sure you check it out.
"Legendary hitter Ted Williams used to practice his craft in many different ways, including writing numbers on baseballs and trying to recognize them as they were pitched to him. In time, Williams learned to recognize pitches instantly, using the rapidly spinning seams of the ball as a reference. While few players have ever possessed the "Splendid Splinter's" uncanny abilities, reading pitches as quickly as possible is still integral to a Major League hitter's success. There are multiple ways to accomplish this. Some players, like Williams, watch for the seams on the ball."