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12-10-2011, 09:42 PM
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[QUOTE=robert terwilliger;40767819]

Quote from the study:

"PEDs can affect, if anything, musculature, which in baseball translates to power. They do not, and cannot, do anything to improve hand-eye coordination, vision, ball judgement, timing, or any of the factors that go into hitting except actual power, the bat speed that determines the ball velocity and thus its travel distance."

Even the study states that PEDs can affect actual power through increased bat speed and as a result, the speed at which the ball leaves the bat and its final distance from home plate.

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