WATCH: Here's what baseball looks like from the plate ump's POV
As part of a doc on Twins prospect Miguel Cano, a minor-league plate ump wore a camera. Now see what he sees.
So this is quite darn cool. As part of a forthcoming documentary on Twins prospect Miguel Sano, who's one of the top farm talents in all of baseball, a minor-league plate ump agreed to wear a helmet-cam for one of Sano's at-bats. Here's what that looked like:
My only regret is that the unnamed pitcher didn't snap off a hammer breaking ball, but this is still a nifty and, for the fan, rare perspective on things.
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