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How will rising temperatures change baseball?

from The Atlantic

If pitchers' moods change in the heat, what about the mood of the ball? How does a baseball react — how does it travel—in hot weather? Michael Mann, a climate scientist and director of Penn State's Earth System Science Center, writes via email that the ball reacts differently in the heat, and the reason is the density of the air. Hot, humid days are less dense than cool, dry ones. more

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