FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron Analyzes All Hitting Data

Episode 645
Dave Cameron is both (a) the managing editor of FanGraphs and (b) the guest on this particular edition of FanGraphs Audio, during which edition he discusses the benefits and risks of pulling the ball — and, in particular, how that tension relates to Boston’s Mookie Betts — and also the new freely available stream of batted-ball data being provided this year by Statcast.

This episode of the program is sponsored by SeatGeek, which site removes both the work and also the hassle from the process of shopping for tickets.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 39 min play time.)

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I thought that a 0 degree launch angle was a perfectly horizontal line drive, anything above 0 was in the air more, and below 0 was toward the ground?