The Atlantic League will be using a computer system to determine balls and strikes this season. The system will track pitches using Doppler radar, while umpires will wear ear pieces and be able to override the Trackman call (the system is unable to determine check swings). Baseball has used computers since 2001 to evaluate umpires, but this will be the first season where the machines will actually be relied on to call pitches in an official game. More
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