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NFT: Aaron Judge defying NASA's calculations

bigblue5611_2 : 7/15/2017 9:34 pm
Did a quick search and didn't see this posted, thought it was pretty cool.

According to NASA's calculations, the roof of Marlins Park was built high enough that no one should have been able to hit it so that it would not interfere with play. Well, NASA, Judge did it...twice...
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And to think  
mfsd : 7/15/2017 10:26 pm : link
he didn't get credit for a HR for that one he hit during the derby that hit the roof
Pfffffft  
jnoble : 7/15/2017 10:28 pm : link
"NASA"
What a bunch of rocket scientists THEY are...
That doesn't include  
LS : 7/16/2017 9:56 am : link
the homer that went through the roof supports and missed the beams.
there are some rumblings that the balls  
RAIN : 7/16/2017 10:00 am : link
are different too, btw.

Judge is a beast, plain and simple.. but NASA usually doesn't get these things wrong, unless, he's such a beast he defies physics.
RE: And to think  
section125 : 7/16/2017 10:08 am : link
In comment 13529175 mfsd said:
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he didn't get credit for a HR for that one he hit during the derby that hit the roof


He didn't because it is a ground rule for that stadium.

Read that earlier in the week about NASA's calculations. Interesting in tat it wasn't a freak anomaly. He hit a few up there.
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