A Penn State University professor's work is helping batters who experience sore hands swinging baseball and softball bats, reports Discovery News.
"Having identified that vibration I helped tune a mass spring vibration absorber" embedded in the bat's knob "that attacks that frequency," Russell told Discovery News. "We tried it out and did pre and post measurements and found that it completely removed that unwanted vibration from the bat."
Russell worked with baseball bat manufacturer Marucci Sports to incorporate the technology into their youth and senior league bats.
Original source: Discovery News
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