Chicago Cubs: Kris Bryant wants his own swing data
Chicago Cubs: Practice is the key
This has lit a fire under certain parts of America that are beginning to realize the reality of this pandemic: there may never be a chance tomorrow, and so it all has to be ”great” today. With a renewed aggressive spirit, young ballplayers are getting after it and finding ways to get ”practice” in and what’s even better; they are collecting a lot of data on themselves as they practice.
For Cubs fans, I reported back in April about Chicago Cubs pitcher, Adbert Alzolay, and how he had created his own mobile mound to keep up his pitching skills. What are other Cubs doing to stay in game shape?
Right now, many players are relying on technology to keep their pitching arm, or their swing focused for success. No, I’m not talking about Chicago Cubs outfielder Ian Happ and playing “The Show” video game to improve out in Wrigley. I’m talking about Chicago Cubs third baseman Bryant leading the charge to get his swing data with the Rapsodo Hit 2.0.