Computer “Umpire” Calls Balls And Strikes For The First Time In Baseball History
The first computer ever got to call a Baseball game. The game was called during a Minor League All-Star Game. There have been talks to bring the computer system also to Major League Baseball. But fans of the game are of course a little upset that it may change the game a whole lot even if it helps.
There it is, the first pitch in professional baseball history officially called a strike by a computer. pic.twitter.com/a33Lkmsu3K— ((( Jacob Bogage ))) (@jacobbogage) July 10, 2019