Coors Field Baseball Study

Conventional wisdom says that baseballs hit at high altitude will travel farther because of the thin air.Three University of Colorado at Denver professors spent six years addressing that theory, and their results have been published in a journal of the Association of American Geographers. Frederick Chambers, one of the study's authors, talks about their efforts.

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