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Another winning site from the Exploratorium in San Francisco, Science of Baseball teaches students of all ages, even adults, why a curve ball curves, how to throw a fast ball, and how to improve their swing, for starters. If they continue exploring, visitors will find out that women first played professional baseball in 1875, how baseball has adapted to Japanese culture, and why hitters love the thin air at Coors Field. Additional activities include the Baseball Time Machine and two interactive Shockwave exhibits. Finally, users who still want to know more can investigate the suggested links and bibliography.

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