Sport Science: The Home Run Derby

During a regular season baseball game, MLB hitters routinely see pitches ranging from 90-100 mph, but in the Home Run derby they are being fed batting practice pitches of only 50-60 mph. How is it that the slower pitches end up traveling further than the faster ones? Find out as Sport Science's John Brenkus takes you inside the physics of the Home Run Derby. You can watch the 2010 State Farm Home Derby tonight at 8pm ET (5pm PT) on ESPN and ESPN3.com.