All-Star Carlos Correa: Blast Motion is elevating my play
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It's Carlos Correa, shortstop for Huston Astros.
This is my Blast Motion Sensor, it helps me translate all the information that I need to have a better swing.
It's 100% accurate, it helps me through out the year to stay consistent with my swing and get better every single day.
I just clip it here onto the bat.
And then I start swinging I have my iPhone with me.
And then once I'm done swinging I go back to my phone and analyze every swing.
It's gonna be a dream come true to be able to star in an all star game.
I'm really looking forward to it and it's gonna be a great experience if I make it.
We have a great team.
We have a lot of talent in our club house.
Actually our team relies a lot on On the last motion, we have it almost every hitter in Spring training.
Everybody loves it.
You can rely on it.
It's 100% accurate.
Your swing gets better just by looking at the data and trying to fix the little things in your swing.
Yeah, so it's all about staying consistent.
We're a first place team right now.
We hope to stay there til October when the playoffs start and Hopefully stay consistent throughout the whole year with my swing.
And I feel like Blast Motion can do it for me.
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