The DK Blog

Dr. Alan Nathan Joins Diamond Kinetics as Technical Advisor

PITTSBURGH – Dr. Alan Nathan, Ph.D., one of the most well-respected and highly sought after minds in all of baseball, will join Pittsburgh start-up Diamond Kinetics in an advisory role. Dr. Nathan, who has been teaching physics at the University level for over 35 years, will serve as a Technical…

CES 2015 Social Recap

LAS VEGAS – A whirlwind first day at #CES2015 began on Tuesday with the announcement that Diamond Kinetics is a finalist for the 2015 Bluetooth Breakthrough Awards, and ended with a plethora of media, press and TV appearances to sort through. While we have been trying our best not to…

ABCA Social Recap

ORLANDO, Fla. – After welcoming in the New Year, Diamond Kinetics headed South from Pittsburgh to Orlando, Fla. for the 2015 American Baseball Coaches Association Convention (ABCA). The three-day affair is highlighted below with a look at the DK social recap of another outstanding ABCA event. Without a moment to…

The Science Behind Michael Morse’s Game-Winning RBI

Congratulations are in order to the San Francisco Bumgarners for winning their third World Series in the past five years, with a dramatic Game 7 victory over the Kansas City Royals last night. The Bumgar…..oh, wait I’m sorry – the Giants, yes the Giants (even though no one would argue…

Albert Pujols’ Swing Could Almost Power The DeLorean

PITTSBURGH – The first “Back To The Future” movie was released on July 3, 1985. At the time, Albert Pujols was five years old. While young Albert may or may not have been enamored by such terms as “flux capacitor” or “1.21 gigawatts”, few could have predicted the amazing amount of…