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When traveling east, they hit fewer sacrifice flies and gave up ข่าวสดไทยรัฐ more home runs (though not as many as home teams did). There werent that many consequences of westward jet lag, but the researchers found that visiting teams gave up more walks and allowed their opponents to get on base more often. Offsetting that to some degree, home teams gave up more triples after traveling two or three time zones to the west. Its not clear why home teams were more affected by eastward jet lag than visiting teams, but the researchers have some theories. One is that players schedules are more structured when they are on the road, and that might help counteract jet lag. Another is that visiting teams are already discombobulated, and jet lag doesnt make it that much worse. The findings should prompt baseball teams to reconsider the travel schedules of their starting pitchers, the researchers wrote. If theyre going to be pitching in another time zone, perhaps pitchers should travel ahead of the rest of the team so their bodies can adjust. Had Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw flown from Los Angeles to Chicago after his 1-0 win against the Cubs in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series last year, he might have pitched better in Game 6 at Wrigley Field, Allada suggested in a video released by Northwestern.
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