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Since the ball will still encounter air resistance, the initial velocity right after pitching is much faster than the when the ball reaches home plate
Following-through is a technique that is used to increase the impact time, which results in increased momentum and impulse, meaning that the velocity of the ball has increased
Sliding is faster because when the runner runs to home base, he would have to apply a negative velocity on his own body to stop his momentum from carrying him past the base
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