On Saturday members of the Caltech baseball team, hosted a unique endeavor involving new baseball technologies while serving a local youth baseball team.
"Being the top technological school in the world we should be doing everything possible to gain exposure to the most cutting edge baseball teaching technology available," second year head coach Matthew Mark said. "In addition, it is always great to support baseball at the community grass roots level."
The Pasadena Elite 14-and-under team coached by Mark Davis took part in the event.
A representative from Easton brought their "Hitlab" equipment which is a new swing analysis system that uses radar to focus in on key hitting traits to pair a player to a specific bat that will offer the best chance at success.
Caltech's season begins on Feb. 9 when they hosted Pacifica in a doubleheader beginning at 11 a.m.