Kinsey students learn with baseball. See more Arizona Daily Sun education stories here

| September 2, 2015

By Corina Vanek • Arizona Daily Sun

Representatives from the Arizona Diamondbacks led baseball-related activities at Kinsey Elementary School (Aug. 26) as part of the Science of Baseball program that will be offered through the school’s after-school program.

Diamondbacks employees set up a whiffle ball diamond, a batting station and a fly ball catching station Wednesday afternoon for students to use.

Nick Perreault, a member of the Diamondbacks’ street marketing team, said the program focuses on showing students that they can use science in all areas of their lives, including sports.

“They learn about batting averages, timing runners, the angles of a pitch and how science works in a sport like baseball,” Perreault said.

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