CLEVELAND — Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer stopped by Ohio Guidestone's summer program to teach students the science behind baseball.
Bauer showed students how science and baseball go hand in hand.
Twenty students from grades second through seventh met the pitcher at Ohio Guidestone's court yard on Carnegie Avenue, where he talked about baseball speed, velocity and more.
Bauer demonstrated that pitching is far more than a game.
He signed autographs for the students and took pictures with them.
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