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‘Robot umpires’ debut in U.S. baseball league

Umpire wears an earpiece connected to iPhone and relays the call upon receiving it from a computer system
Hindu - Published Also reported by •Denver PostTechCrunchUSATODAY.comSeattle Times

‘Robot umpires’ debut in independent Atlantic League to call balls and strikes

Chicago S-T - Published Also reported by •Denver PostFOX SportsSeattle

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Ever wonder what sports would be like with robots officiating? Well, “robot umpires” have arrived. Katie Johnston reports.

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Robot Umpires Make Professional Baseball Debut

robot umpires make professional baseball debut
For the first time ever, a robot umpire has called a professional baseball game. Like pro baseball players themselves, the robot ump didn’t go straight to the majors, debuting instead at the..
Futurism - Published Also reported by •TechCrunch

The future is now as 'robot umpires' debut in Atlantic League

"Robot umpires" have arrived. The independent Atlantic League became the first American professional baseball league to let a computer call balls and strikes Wednesday night at its All-Star Game. - Published Also reported by •USATODAY.comESPN

Baseball history made: Inside the debut of robot umpires

The TrackMan radar system debuted during the Atlantic League all-star game, calling balls and strikes for the first time in pro baseball. - Published

Atlantic League to debut robot umpires and allow players to steal first base

The Atlantic League, an independent baseball league, is testing robot umpires to call balls and strikes during the second half of its season. - Published

'Robot umpires' debut in Atlantic League All-Star Game

Plate umpire Brian deBrauwere wore an earpiece connected to an iPhone in his pocket and relayed the call upon receiving it from a TrackMan computer system that uses Doppler radar.
Newsday - Published Also reported by •ESPN

Experiments with robot umps, longer mound distance delayed

NEW YORK (AP) — Robot umpires will get some more warmup time. Major League Baseball and the Atlantic League said Wednesday that the experiment with radar-tracking technology to call balls and strikes..
Seattle Times - Published

MLB will use independent Atlantic League as testing ground for robot umpires, other aggressive rule changes

On the table: Automated help for balls/strikes, no mound visits, banning the shift and more
CBS Sports - Published

Will Baseball Surrender to the Robots?

In baseball, they’re beginning to sound sanguine about the robots, specifically the use of robot umpires.
Wall Street Journal - Published

Sandesh, Chouhan score doubles

sandesh, chouhan score doubles
The small, seven-race card at Pune yesterday was dominated by two riders--A Sandesh and PS Chouhan, both of whom won two races each. The latter began the day with a neck victory astride horse owner..
Mid-Day - Published

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred: Don't expect robot umpires anytime soon

Just when we thought the good ol’ fashion arguments between managers and umpires were gone, replaced by replay, baseball is going old-school on us. - Published

Cubs' Joe Maddon says he's intrigued by idea of robot umpires calling balls, strikes

Maddon says the Cubs have been victimized by tight strike zones within the last week
CBS Sports - Published

Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon thinks robot umpires may be a possibility

chicago cubs manager joe maddon thinks robot umpires may be a possibility
Chicago Cubs Manager Joe Maddon thinks robot umpires may be a possibility. - Published

MLB commissioner Manfred on robot umps: 'I don't believe we are there yet'

mlb commissioner manfred on robot umps: 'i don't believe we are there yet'
Although robot umpires have some significant backers, like MLB analyst Eric Byrnes, Manfred isn't sold just yet.
FOX Sports - Published Also reported by •

Ritz-Carlton adds electric car charging stations: TechFlash 7 things

1. The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company is now offering electric car charging stations at properties around the world, including The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis. 2. This week in tech history: William Seward..
bizjournals - Published

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