Juiced baseballs? Juiced baseballs! En route to trying to figure out exactly why home runs have increased each of the last three seasons, scientists have come up with a bunch of theories -- an exhausting though interesting read
. The main theory stems around the drag of the ball once it is in the air. Less drag, farther distance is the best summary. We have seen a little regression this season in terms of dingers per game and "unders" are hitting at 52.6% but April's cold weather was a likely contributor.
Home Runs Per Game