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October 14, 2017

Take Me Out to The Ballgame…
Where Baseball and Eyesight Take the National Stage

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NEW YORK—Perhaps in no sports competition is great eyesight more important than it is in baseball. The ability to quickly identify the rotation of the baseball—and thus the type of pitch that’s been thrown—by honing in on the spinning 108 red stiches that knit the two pieces of cowhide cover together is key to becoming a truly great hitter. This year’s World Series is set to begin on Oct. 24 and regardless of who you’re rooting for there are few fans out there who don’t watch the games with sincere admiration of the extraordinary talent—and eyesight—that today’s ballplayers bring to America’s Pastime. Play Ball!


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