Pocket Radar Helps Take Uganda Team to the Little League World Series!

by Pocket Radar August 17, 2012

Tonight a team from Uganda plays for the first time ever in the Little League World Series. They have been training hard all season to make it this far. Pocket Radar  has been a key part of their training to help develop the skills needed to compete at the top level in the world.  Take a look at the pictures of them using the Pocket Radar on their home turf in Africa.

The Pocket Radar is changing the world of sports. It has been adopted as a key skill development tool at all levels of baseball. It is used for pitcher rehabilitation by Stan Conte at the LA Dodgers. It is the only radar gun used for bullpen work by Andy Lopez at the University of Arizona, this year’s College World Series Champions. It is also helping teams in Little League and other youth leagues develop their hitting, throwing and running skills.

We also want to congratulate our local Sonoma County team Petaluma National Little League for making it to the Little League World Series.  We are very excited for them.

No matter who ends up winning we are proud to be a part of the process.

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