SwingTracker is the most precise and complete swing analysis and development tool available today. Whether you are a player, parent or coach you will find a wide range of resources to help you achieve your goals. SwingTracker has dedicated iOS apps for both baseball and softball.
Experience a guided path towards development and improvement customized to your individual swing by experts in swing mechanics, hitting approach, and strength & conditioning.
Powerful features and tools to help you improve your hitting that only SwingTracker provides.
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DK ‘Smart’ Ball, incorporated with the game-changing PitchTracker iOS app, revolutionizes baseball with a comprehensive pitch analysis and charting system available right in the palm of your hand. See in-depth information previously available only with expensive hardware systems.
Improve your game with personalized hitting instruction from the most knowledgeable instructors in the game. Strength & conditioning exercises geared specifically toward developing and improving the ‘baseball muscles.’
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PITTSBURGH – As first reported by TSN Sports, the Toronto Blue Jays will be using Diamond Kinetics’ SwingTracker sensors this year during extended spring training and are “considering experimenting” with Diamond Kinetics’ smart baseball, PitchTracker, as well. According to Joe Sclafani, the Blue Jays’ coordinator of player development, about 30…
April 9, 2018
PITTSBURGH – Exactly one year ago today – on April 3, 2017 – Marucci Sports and Diamond Kinetics introduced the Smart Bat Custom Cut – a revolutionary, new bat design that embedded the Diamond Kinetics’ SwingTracker® sensor inside the knob of handcrafted maple bats from Marucci. Over the course of the year,…
April 3, 2018
PITTSBURGH – Major League Baseball has approved the in-game use of bat sensors and sensor-embedded smart bats throughout its minor leagues for the 2018 season, as first reported yesterday by SportTechie. The rule change comes on the heels of swift technological changes and adoption at both the minor league, NCAA…
March 30, 2018