Pocket Radar Guest Blog Story: Youth Baseball Parent/Coach

Oct 6, 2017 | No Comments

BallCoach_field & fenceMany coaches in multiple sports have found the value of adding speed measurements into practice as a powerful training aid for their players and coaching methods.  Unlike the bulkier and more expensive radar guns of the past, used exclusively by scouts to measure fastball velocity, the Ball Coach radar was designed as a training tool for coaches and athletes of all ages.  It is just as accurate within 120 feet of range on a baseball/softball, and its discreet size makes it ideal for measuring youth and professional athletes without affecting behavior.

Below is a guest blog story from a youth baseball coach/parent who is using the Ball Coach radar as a valuable training tool for many purposes including to help his players gain confidence.

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What’s In A Number: Confidence

Coaching a Little League team always provides unique challenges. In Tee Ball, you’re showing them where to stand, how to hold at bat and where to throw. The journey continues in Coach Pitch with added level of difficulty for timing a baseball while overcoming the fear of having a ball thrown in your direction. The stress level often multiples quickly once there is another kid throwing hard and trying to get you out.

At this age, every MPH the kid standing a little more 40 feet away throws can add ample amounts of doubt and distress. This angst can fuel a few, but more likely causes even the best little sluggers to lose the will to hit.

This fact, recalled from childhood, reaffirmed by casually watching little league games and witnessed in the first AA team practice gave me an idea. Perhaps there was another way to utilize pitch speed data to improve results?

At the age of 9-10 (and for many years thereafter), players should NOT be concerned with how fast they throw a baseball. In fact, the last issue holding me back from making a purchase was starting a bragging war inside the dugout or being asked “how fast do I throw”.

The theory I hoped to test was this: If the kids knew the actual speed of the opposing pitcher and could equate that to their own experience it would remove some anxiety at the plate and allow then to have better at-bats (and more importantly a better time!).

As a cash-strapped dad, the thought of buying a baseball radar gun was daunting. Mobile phone radar gun apps proved to be fruitless. Frankly, it was not simply the money holding me back. I also weighted factors such as size, durability, ease of use and reliability when choosing which radar gun to buy. This is what led me to Ball Coach by Pocket Radar. But I digress, as this is not a story about how to buy a baseball radar gun. So, let’s get back to point.

To test the theory, I brought a Ball Coach to the batting cages for an early season practice. Two tunnels were in use. One coach feeding a machine one ball at time while firing instructions at the eager younger hitters in between swings. Discreetly, I grabbed my radar gun from my pocket and started gauging each pitching machine. Although the calibrations where identical, the left side registered 34 MPH while right alley was up around 38 MPH. I did not speak a word to the other coaches to adjust the machines nor make mention of why I had a radar gun to begin with.

The final drill of the day had the kids split into two groups with five swings per player. The group with the most contact off the machine would be the winner. Since I was the only one aware of the actual speed discrepancy it presented an opportunity to utilize the radar gun speeds.ballcoach_pitching

Predictably, the players in the slower tunnel won the first round by a slim margin. Quickly I suggested to switch cages. The results flip-flopped, although the difference was slightly smaller. Being a group of smart children, several spoke up about the first machine was easier. They had mentioned it during the practice in passing, but never made issue of it.

Rather than force a tie-breaker, (ok fact is our time was up) we took the kids aside and explained how I used a radar gun to determine the four MPH difference between cages. Make no mistake everyone provided they could hit slower pitches as well as faster ones. Still a step was missing. We needed to quantify what the speed truly meant versus pitchers they would face.

The kids had already seen each other pitch at an earlier practice. Clearly, one arm on the team was far above and beyond the average AA player. They also had a couple “experienced” arms and a few complete rookies. Everyone got a chance to throw against the gun. The “ace” hit 42 MPH, the AA veterans 36, 33 and 32 respectively. The rest, most ranged in upper 20s to lower 30s and a good time was had by all. It was really cool to see them take mechanics seriously to throw “faster”.

Nonetheless the purpose was to showcase the speeds they just saw today would be very close, if not spot on, to the best pitchers their league would have to offer. And they all proved to themselves on this day that they could hit either speed.

Opening Day was up a week or so later. Just like the big leagues, every manager runs out their best arm to the mound to start the season. Perfect timing for the next two in the process, which was demystify the fastball this opponent had to offer.

ballcoach_teeFeeling a bit like a fool scouting 9-year-old pitchers, I pulled out the Ball Coach and proceeded to get the speed for the pitcher during his warmups. Although he was hitting about 34-36 MPH on his strikes, to the dad in me it seemed faster. Ah ha, this is the exact phenomenon I was hoping to vanquish for the kids.

Shaking off my own concerns, I took the data to the manager. He rallied the kids for a final pre-game pep talk and informed them of pitch speed was exactly what we’d been facing at the cages (not to mention against each other in practice). The message clear, you don’t worry about it anymore and take your hacks just like they have been.

The coaches continued the routine of providing pitch speeds throughout season anytime a “hard” thrower took the hill. Each time you could see the reassurance provide relief amongst the team. Without a doubt this lineup had the least amount of kids bailing out on strikes or swinging at anything (or never at all).

Okay, truth be told we didn’t come out and score 20 runs in any game. More accurately the team hit better than most, drew plenty of walks and relied on our own good pitching with solid defense to win. It was a formula that led to a second-place finish in the regular season and run to the title in the postseason tournament. More importantly, it built a lineup of confident young hitters and provided another use for a baseball radar gun.

Here are a couple of pics from guest writer, Kevin Aron, featuring his son and the team:

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Pocket Radar team heads to Indianapolis, IN for Railway Interchange 2017

The Pocket Radar team was in Indianapolis, IN for Railway Interchange 2017, September 17-19.

Railway Interchange is the largest combined railway exhibition and technical conference in North America. Attended by nearly 10,000 industry professionals from around the globe, this truly massive event showcases the latest technology, services, and research by members of the Railway Supply Institute (RSI), the Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association (REMSA), and Railway Systems Suppliers, Inc. (RSSI). Railway Interchange also features technical presentations and discussions by the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA) and the Coordinated Mechanical Associations (CMA).

Pocket Radar products (Traffic Advisor and Classic models) are helping with railway safety by providing accurate and convenient speed measurements to railroad professionals around the world.

Here are a couple of pics from the event.

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Pocket Radar CEO, Steve Goody, Chats with the Baseball Rebellion Team

Pocket Radar’s CEO, Steve Goody, called in to the Baseball Rebellion Podcast to chat with the guys “about how the radar game is changing and how Pocket Radar is the best bang for your buck.”  Click on the image below to follow the link and listen to their conversion:

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About Baseball Rebellion

Baseball Rebellion is dramatically changing the methodology of hitting and pitching instruction throughout America. Utilizing slow motion video analysis, physics, and exercise and sports science, Baseball Rebellion offers the most advanced research and training programs for Baseball and Softball. At Baseball Rebellion, you have the ability to train and take lessons from the best instructors, with the most current, and scientifically proven, information in baseball, ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.
Website: https://baseballrebellion.com/

About Pocket Radar

From the world’s smallest certified accurate speed radar, to the only radar gun specifically designed for coaching and training, Pocket Radar has engineered a revolutionary product line to fit your speed measurement needs. Each Pocket Radar design includes exceptional performance and technology that fits in the palm of your hand. Pocket Radar products are convenient and rugged enough for everyday use by everyone from pro to amateur, to National Championship winning coaches and anyone interested in speed. For more information about Pocket Radar, visit www.PocketRadar.com

If you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at Info@PocketRadar.com

Pocket Radar and Diamond Nation Extend Partnership to Include Pro Radar System

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Pocket Radar and Diamond Nation Extend Partnership

August 29, 2017 (SANTA ROSA, Calif.) – Pocket Radar, Inc. is proud to announce they have extended their partnership with Diamond Nation, a company dedicated to providing top level instruction and facilities for serious players looking to take their game to the next level.

As the “Official Radar Provider” of Diamond Nation, Pocket Radar’s Ball Coach model will be incorporated into baseball and softball training curriculum and be available for purchase in the Diamond Nation Shop. In addition, Pocket Radar’s new Pro Radar System with Smart Display will now be installed across multiple fields, to relay live in-game data to fans watching in the stands.

Continuing our partnership with Pocket Radar was a no-brainer,” said Bobby Dechiaro, Director of Corporate Partnerships for Diamond Nation & HealthQuest. “We are able to bring brand awareness to the thousands of amateur baseball and softball teams that visit our facility each year, while Pocket Radar provides our coaches, players and parents with the same powerful technology used by professional teams and players. Installing their new Pro Radar System for in-game use will be a great addition to our facilities.”

Pocket Radar’s advanced product line, including the pocket-sized Ball Coach™ sports radar and the new Pro Radar System with Smart Display, are used to train with immediate objective feedback by everyone from MLB coaches to youth sports athletes. By making crucial results like hitting power, pitching speeds, throwing speeds, serving speeds and more instantly visible, training with Pocket Radar technology helps athletes get better faster.

Having previously partnered with Bobby and his team to utilize our Ball Coach model, we knew they would be a perfect fit for our new Pro Radar System,” said Steve Goody, CEO and co-founder of Pocket Radar, Inc. “They truly are a game changer in their ability to accommodate year round playing conditions in the Northeast region. Diamond Nation provides athletes and their families top notch instruction and facilities in an area of the country that can be affected by weather for much of the year.

Diamond Nation’s 65-acre campus consists of 250,000 square feet of indoor facilities, 700,000 square feet of turf fields, and the ability to play up to 10 games simultaneously. It has not only the Largest Amateur Sports Dome in America, but also the Largest Turf Baseball and Softball Complex in America. Players in the Northeast now have the ability to train and compete year round as those in the warm weather areas of the country have been accustomed to forever. Diamond Nation’s baseball and softball training curriculum is a comprehensive program that deals with specific physical, mechanical, and mental training techniques to improve baseball and softball skills. All player development is carried out by a truly dedicated trained staff of professional instructors who will help guide athletes with their knowledge, experiences, and expertise.

About Pocket Radar

Pocket Radar, Inc. designs, engineers and manufactures revolutionary speed tracking technology for a wide range of applications. By providing an affordable and convenient solution to pro-performance radar technology, they have forged a new standard in accurate speed based training making it accessible to the masses. Their advanced product line, including the pocket-sized Ball Coach™ sports radar, is used to train with immediate objective feedback by everyone from MLB coaches to youth sports athletes. Easy to use and rugged enough for professionals and amateurs alike, Pocket Radar is ushering in a new era in speed radar technology to transform the way in which players, coaches, fans and everyday consumers understand the importance of metrics and data.  For more information about Pocket Radar, visit www.PocketRadar.com

About Diamond Nation

Diamond Nation provides education, evaluation, development, competition, and exposure to young athletes under the supervision, experiences, knowledge and direction of their outstanding staff utilizing the finest state-of-the-art facility in the country.  Their purpose is to advance the level of play in each of their students while teaching life lessons through sports that help shape young athletes into productive members of society.  What once started out as the Jack Cust Baseball Academy has now evolved into the true one stop shop for all baseball and softball needs.  Diamond Nation is the parent company to both the Jack Cust Baseball Academy and the Jennie Finch Softball Academy.  For more information about Diamond Nation, visit www.DiamondNation.com

Contact:

Tyler Scaturro

Pocket Radar

707-544-6096

tscaturro@pocketradar.com

 

Bobby Dechiaro

Diamond Nation

908-284-1778 x 107

BDeChiaro@DiamondNation.com

Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League Uses Pro Radar System on Championship Sunday

Pro Radar System measuring exit velocity at the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League Championship Sunday (July 30, 2017)

Pro Radar System measuring exit velocity at the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League Championship Sunday (July 30, 2017)

Pocket Radar was proud to help out with the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League’s Championship Sunday, held in Danbury, CT on July 30, 2017.  We were happy to have them demo our newest product, the Pro Radar System with Smart Display to help bring some meaningful Exit Velocity and Throwing Speed numbers to the event.

The new Pro Radar System from Pocket Radar, Inc. is the most affordable pro performance radar system on the market.  The Pro Radar System has up to 200 feet of range on a baseball, over 300 feet on larger objects and is very portable for on-field battery powered operation that lasts all day.  It has multiple mounting configurations, uses standard Alkaline C-size batteries and is also compatible with standard USB power supply and battery solutions.  Players and coaches working with training facilities, showcases, camps, clinics and combines will be able to get instant feedback on Ball Exit Velocity as well as Pitching, Serving, Shooting & Throwing Speeds to help them get better faster.  It also creates an interactive experience for spectators. Visit the Pro Radar System Landing Page for more information.

Here is some feedback we received from David Zaslaw, Director of the Event, about the value the Pro Radar System brought to the event.

“The Pocket Radar Pro Radar System with the Smart Display is an amazing and accurate technology that has helped our league in many ways!

From measuring hitters exit velocity at league games and team practices to measuring pitching velocity in games and practices, the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League utilizes the Pocket Radar products all over the organization, which hosts over 275 teams in New York and Connecticut. Recently, we used the Pro Radar System with Smart Display at our league Championship Day to raise funds for the renovation of fields and facilities. The Pocket Radar technology is fun for kids, coaches, parents and fans to see how fast they can hit and throw the ball.

The system attracted all ages to spark fun competition, and raise dollars for a great cause. Thank you Pocket Radar for developing such awesome products that are very easy to set up, use, all with amazing accuracy.

For the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League – Pocket Radar is the ABSOLUTE BEST!”

Here are a couple more photos from the event:

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If you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at info@PocketRadar.com

 

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Pro Radar System with Smart Display a Home Run at Mickey Mantle World Series held in Waterbury, CT

Pocket Radar was proud to help out with the Mickey Mantle World Series Home Run Derby, held in Waterbury, CT on July 25, 2017.  We were happy to loan our newest product, the Pro Radar System with Smart Display to help bring some meaningful Exit Velocity numbers to the event.

The new Pro Radar System from Pocket Radar, Inc. is the most affordable pro performance radar system on the market.  The Pro Radar System has up to 200 feet of range on a baseball, over 300 feet on larger objects and is very portable for on-field battery powered operation that lasts all day.  It has multiple mounting configurations, uses standard Alkaline C-size batteries and is also compatible with standard USB power supply and battery solutions.  Players and coaches working with training facilities, showcases, camps, clinics and combines will be able to get instant feedback on Ball Exit Velocity as well as Pitching, Serving, Shooting & Throwing Speeds to help them get better faster.  It also creates an interactive experience for spectators. Visit the Pro Radar System Landing Page for more information.

Here is some feedback we received from Carm Farese, organizer of the Home Run Derby, about the value the Pro Radar System brought to the event.

“The Mickey Mantle World Series held in Waterbury, CT cannot thank the folks at Pocket Radar enough for allowing us to use their Pro Radar System with Smart Display in our Home Run Derby, sponsored by The Hit Club.  The excitement for those participating in the event plus those cheering them on in the stands was truly enhanced by your professional product. Feel free to contact us at www.thehitclub.com for any questions about our use with the Pro Radar System and Smart Display!”  

Carm Farese with the 2017 Home Run Derby Champion

Carm Farese with the 2017 Home Run Derby Champion.  Photo Credit: (Joe Palladino/RA)

Here is a link to coverage from the event that also includes some more video of the Pro Radar System in action:  http://thezone.rep-am.com/strikezone/2017/07/25/leyritz-says-mantle-series-is-as-pure-as-baseball-gets/

If you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at info@PocketRadar.com

 

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Pocket Radar and Factory Athletics Renew Partnership to Enhance Skill Development


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pocket Radar and Factory Athletics Renew Partnership

Relationship created to expand skill development impact for Factory Athletics players through training with advanced technology from Pocket Radar.

July 31, 2017 (Santa Rosa, CA and Columbia, MD) – Factory Athletics is proud to announce the renewal of their partnership with Pocket Radar Inc., a technology company that makes pro-level speed measurement and velocity insights accessible for all levels.

Pocket Radar has been named as the Official Radar Provider of Factory Athletics and will be integrated into all Factory Athletics events across the nation.  At the majority of events, Factory Athletics will use the Ball Coach radar to capture player data for use in evaluation and training.  This data will be provided directly to players, parents and coaches to give them a framework for where they stand nationwide and how to continue their on-field success.  Factory Athletics will also use their Pro Radar System at select events to highlight pitcher velocity, exit velocity and position player arm strength.

We are very excited to continue delivering our players with advanced metrics from Pocket Radar,” said Jason Budden, SVP of Marketing & Brand at Factory Athletics.  “The Ball Coach radar and the Pro Radar System have been key components of our scouting and player development efforts.  With over 600 events nationwide, we rely on Pocket Radar’s technology to capture data and use that information to provide direct feedback to our players.”

Pocket Radar’s advanced product line, including the pocket-sized Ball Coach™ sports radar and the new Pro Radar System with Smart Display, are used to train with immediate objective feedback by everyone from MLB coaches to youth sports athletes. By making crucial results like hitting power, pitching speeds, throwing speeds, serving speeds and more instantly visible, training with Pocket Radar technology helps athletes get better faster.

We’re excited to be working with Factory Athletics to continue the incorporation of our award-winning technology into all of their training programs nationwide,” said Steve Goody, CEO and co-founder of Pocket Radar, Inc. “Athletes will now have the added advantage of world-class coaching and pro-level training equipment, combined.”

Together, Pocket Radar and Factory Athletics will reach thousands of serious baseball, softball and volleyball players through numerous grassroots efforts. This will include the promotion of the Pocket Radar Top Exit Velocity on the Baseball Factory web site, showing the best exit velocities recorded at Baseball Factory events. Factory Athletics will help to promote and sell Pocket Radar’s Ball Coach and Pro Radar System models through events, online and the company’s various digital and social media platforms.

For more information please visit www.pocketradar.com, www.baseballfactory.com, www.softballfactory.com or www.volleyballfactory.com.

About Pocket Radar

Pocket Radar, Inc. designs, engineers and manufactures revolutionary speed tracking technology for a wide range of applications. By providing an affordable and convenient solution to pro-performance radar technology, they have forged a new standard in accurate speed based training making it accessible to the masses. Their advanced product line, including the pocket-sized Ball Coach™ sports radar, is used to train with immediate objective feedback by everyone from MLB coaches to youth sports athletes. Easy to use and rugged enough for professionals and amateurs alike, Pocket Radar is ushering in a new era in speed radar technology to transform the way in which players, coaches, fans and everyday consumers understand the importance of metrics and data.  For more information about Pocket Radar, visit www.PocketRadar.com

About Baseball Factory

Factory Athletics has developed programs to provide baseball, softball and volleyball players with world-class instruction and life-changing experiences, which when combined, lead to future success both on and off the field. Factory Athletics holds over 800 events nationwide each year in 50 states and 175 cities.  We pride ourselves on giving families an unbiased assessment of where they stand against other players nationwide.  Factory Athletics was founded in 1994 and over the past 23 years has helped create college success stories for more than 100,000 student-athletes. Learn more at www.factoryathletics.com.

Contact:

Jason Budden

Factory Athletics

410-715-5080

jason@factoryathletics.com

Tyler Scaturro

Pocket Radar

888-381-2672

tscaturro@pocketradar.com

Pocket Radar Interview Series with the Owner of Total Player Center, Jason Sekany

sekanyPocket Radar sits down with Jason Sekany, Owner of Total Player Center (Livermore, CA), for an in depth interview about his incorporation of the Ball Coach radar in his facility.  Not only is it a valuable tool for providing instant objective feedback for athletes to get better faster, but it is also a helpful tool for him to evaluate staff and training techniques.

In the 7 part video series, Jason discusses a wide variety of topics, ranging from the influx of technology in baseball over recent years (exit velocity), to the new ways that radar is being utilized (an injury prevention tool to monitor fatigue).  Below, are brief descriptions accompanied by each video in the series:

 

1.  How has adding the Ball Coach radar helped with training sessions?  In this video, Jason discusses how bringing out the Ball Coach radar during training excites the athletes/students and also brings out their competitive nature to improve their numbers.

2.  Why is objective feedback valuable from a training and business standpoint?  In this video, Jason discusses how instant objective feedback from the Ball Coach radar is valuable for training and demonstration purposes.

3.  What is the advantage to using radar feedback with your facility?  In this video, Jason discusses discusses the advantages of utilizing the Ball Coach radar during training to help athletes get better faster.  It also gives his training center an edge over his competitors in that it helps evaluate staff and training techniques.

4.  Why is it important to have a product that is accurate, discreet and affordable?  In this video, Jason discusses the importance of using professional level equipment when training and why that is so valuable when showcasing improvement over time.  He also tests the Ball Coach radar with the Stalker Pro 2 ($1200) radar to show its accuracy, and why the affordability makes it easier to have multiple pieces of equipment in the training center or for athletes to own for home use.

5.  How rugged is the Ball Coach radar and why is that an important feature in a training environment?  In this video, Jason discusses why equipment needs to be rugged in a training center environment and that the Ball Coach radar fits those needs.

6.  How has baseball evolved in recent years with new technology?  In this video, Jason discuss the recent infusion of technology in baseball, not just at the pro level but also at the youth level. He also explains that even though there is still people that fight against the improvement of technology in the game, they need to start taking advantage of it instead.

7.  How can radar be used as a valuable tool for training and monitoring fatigue?  In this video, Jason discusses how using radar as a valuable tool for training and feedback is only going to help athletes and trainers improve.  He also explains other added values, such as monitoring fatigue and arm health in youth athletes to prevent injury.

 

If you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at info@PocketRadar.com

 

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2016 NAIA Volleyball National Champions, Hastings College, trains with the Ball Coach radar

Coaches in multiple sports have found the value of adding speed measurements into practice as a powerful training aid for their players and coaching methods.  Unlike the bulkier and more expensive radar guns of the past, used exclusively by baseball scouts to measure fastball velocity, the Ball Coach radar was designed as a training tool for coaches and athletes of all sports.  It’s discreet size makes it ideal for measuring youth and professional athletes without affecting behavior.

The Ball Coach radar provides accurate speed measurements that have allowed players to develop a new level of confidence in hopes of improving their skills over time. Confidence is an acquired skill that is developed over time, but is key when training and performing.

Here is some feedback we received from Hastings College women’s volleyball head coach, Matt Buttermore, and his use of the Ball Coach radar at practice and in matches this past season.  Coach Buttermore was named the 2016 AVCA NAIA Coach of the Year after his team captured the NAIA National Championship.

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“Pocket Radar’s Ball Coach model has not only helped our players get a better feel for their serve velocity, it has also helped us learn to train serving more effectively. Having quantitative information on how hard we are serving shows us when a player has reached a threshold, which forces us to re-think how we need to train that player going forward to continue to push her speed up. This was crucial to us being one of the best serving teams at the National Tournament.”

 

 

 

We look forward to hearing more about Coach Buttermore and the team during the 2017 season, and if you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at info@PocketRadar.com

 

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Pocket Radar CEO, Steve Goody, Chats with NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 Phoenix “Sports Hangover”

This past weekend Pocket Radar’s CEO, Steve Goody, called in to NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 Phoenix to chat with the guys from “Sports Hangover.”  They had a great time discussing a wide variety of topics ranging from the company’s background to the 2016 documentary, “Fastball.”  Click on the image below to follow the link and listen to their conversion:

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About Sports Hangover

Hosts: Curt Blakeney and Jeremy Friedland
Information: Jumpstart your weekend with a lightning quick, action-packed hour of sports banter. It’s the Sports Hangover with Curt Blakeney and Jeremy Friedland every Saturday from 9 AM to 10 AM exclusively on The Fan AM 1060. The Sports Hangover covers Major League Baseball, NFL, NBA, NHL and college sports. Are you ready to join the debate? The Sports Hangover welcomes your phone call.
Email: SportsHangover@yahoo.com
Time: Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. (MST)

About Pocket Radar

From the world’s smallest certified accurate speed radar, to the only radar gun specifically designed for coaching and training, Pocket Radar has engineered a revolutionary product line to fit your speed measurement needs. Each Pocket Radar design includes exceptional performance and technology that fits in the palm of your hand. Pocket Radar products are convenient and rugged enough for everyday use by everyone from pro to amateur, to National Championship winning coaches and anyone interested in speed. For more information about Pocket Radar, visit www.PocketRadar.com

If you have any questions or would like to share your Pocket Radar stories, please give is a call toll-free at 888-381-2672 from 9 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time, or e-mail us at Info@PocketRadar.com

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