Found October 20, 2011 on Baseball Musings:
Bruce Dowbiggin makes a great point about how MLB is lagging in technology on the field: Imagine using your iPhone to take video of a rotary phone. That’s how we felt watching Fox’s World Series coverage with its heat-sensitive cameras, virtual strike zones and super slo-mo cameras tracking the 19th-century sensibilities of baseball. The tech gap pretty much sums up the challenge for MLB getting its sport out of the clutches of Ken Burns and into the hands of the next Steve Jobs. I agree.
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