Blast Motion signs deal with Cape Cod Baseball League Cape Cod Baseball League (CCBL) has partnered with Blast Motion to deliver metrics powered player development and scouting analysis. The Blast Baseball sensor is approved for use in-game during the season and at the Cape League All-Star Game to capture a player’s swing metrics. The Blast metrics give players a professional-level view of their swing performance and improve their scouting opportunities. This information will be made available to the players, coaches, and scouts attending CCBL games.
Blast Motion signs deal with Carlos Correa (Carlsbad, Calif., – August 30, 2016) – Blast Motion, an industry innovator focused on 360-degree athletic improvement through software services, advanced sensor-based motion capture, and swing analysis, today announced the addition of Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa to its roster of professional athletes using Blast technology. Carlos is recognized as a rising star in Major League Baseball® and recently earned the American League Player of the Week designation for the second time this season.
Blast Motion signs deal with Major League Baseball (Carlsbad, Calif., – June 30, 2016) – Blast Motion, an industry innovator focused on advanced sensor-based motion capture, swing analysis, and 360-degree game improvement solutions, today announced a multi-year deal that makes Blast Baseball the Official Bat Sensor Technology of Major League Baseball®. As part of this agreement, Blast Baseball technology will be available for organizational developmental use by MLB® teams, featured at the 2016 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game on July 10 (7pm ET on MLB Network and MLB.com), integrated into select television broadcasts, used by athletes at the USA Baseball Tournament of Stars in Cary, NC, and will soon be available for purchase via the official MLB.com/shop.