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Topic - Warren Brennan
When the sun is low late in the day and heating things up, or when images blur because the bat was swung fast, Hot Spot can struggle to detect very slight glances of a ball, Brennan said.
"We'll probably get 90-plus percent (accuracy) most of the time and, I think, you know, hopefully we get that a little bit higher," he said. "I don't think we'll ever get near 100 percent, because there are things that just sometimes just don't fall in your favor. But having said that, there are times, you know, when we see stuff that you just can't imagine that an umpire would ever, ever be able to detect."