This looks kind of cool for us sedentary office nerds whose only social interaction is on a company-sponsored softball team that is run by the jocks of the company and only allow nerds to play catcher or left field or some other innocuous invisible position and . . . oops, sorry TMI.
Anyway, the GloveRadar ($90) attaches to your baseball glove and reports the speed of the ball as it nears the glove. It does not do this by the impact ( which is what I originally thought, too) so it could be a neat way to gauge your or your friends’ ball speed. Er, well, you know what I mean.