Effectively Wild Episode 1601: Always in Motion is the Futureon October 9, 2020 at 10:32 am

Effectively Wild Episode 1601: Always in Motion is the Future

Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley banter about which team with a new opening at the top of its baseball operations department would be the most attractive to baseball executives: the Reds, the Phillies, or the Angels. Then (15:07) they bring on James Buffi, the biomechanics expert, former Driveline Baseball biomechanics consultant and Dodgers senior analyst, and current CEO of motion analysis company Reboot Motion, to discuss the path he took from public research to working for a team, the biomechanical arms race, how progressive teams are using motion-tracking tech to improve players, how the Dodgers develop pitchers, how predictable and preventable injuries are, how the pandemic-shortened season and the postseason schedule affect pitchers, whether deception can be quantified, and how to avoid snake oil salesmen.

Audio intro: Neil Young, “Motion Pictures
Audio interstitial: Pavement, “Motion Suggests Itself
Audio outro: Rex White, “Who’s Hiring?

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