For Hitters With Warning Track Power: A Dimpled Bat
Golfers hit a ball covered with dimples. So maybe it makes sense that tomorrow's baseball sluggers may swing a dimpled bat. Jeffrey C. Di Tullio, an aeronautics instructor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was working on a classroom exercise on reducing drag on cylinders when it dawned on him that baseball bats could benefit.
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