On April 11, 1931, Fox Movietone sound cameras made slow-motion captures of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig at batting practice during an exhibition practice in Brooklyn, New York.
With modern technology, we can now witness this footage adjusted to a normal speed which results in a very high framerate.
Players like Ruth and Gehrig are still huge and relevant names, like they’re still playing the game.
Legends like these don’t come around all too often.
There’s nothing like the sound of the crack of a baseball bat to make you forget it’s winter
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