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pitchtrax on comcast baseball

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pitchtrax on comcast baseball

Living in Florida I have the MLB Extra Innings on Comcast here in south Florida so I can follow the Phillies.  Every team whether it's Fox, Root, or Yes has the pitchtrax so you can at least get an idea how close the pitch is.  But Comcast in Philly, Houston, San Fran, and even Chicago never show the pitch after the call is made.  In fact they were among the last of the sports networks to even include pitch count which they finally started this year.  

 

It seems every other sports network has super slow motion, pitchtrax (or foxtrax or whatever they call it) except for Comcast.  I've written to the company and just get replies thanking me for emailing and they will consider it in the future. 

 

Sorry if this has been brought up before, I didn't see it.  I know the pitchtrax isn't foolproof but it does give you an idea of how close the pitch is to the strike zone.  Thank.

 

E Snyder

Ft Lauderdale, FL

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