In 2011, The University of Cincinnati Baseball team started sensory motor training and found an improvement in BA by 0.033, improved slug % by 0.034, and on base % by 0.033 from the 2010 season.
Visual and oculomotor abilites predict professional baseball batting performances
Indiana and Duke University found an increase in hit distance of 41' and improvements toward optimum launch angel (25-35 degrees) by 9 degrees when comparing players before and after a dynamic vision training program
Sensorimotor abilities predict on-feld performance in professional baseball
Visual abilities distinguish pitchers from hitters in professional baseball
Significant improvements were seen in players who underwent sports vision training when compared to a control group in target capture, near far quickness, and go/no-go decision making.
Despite performance level of the athletes, stroboscopic training resulted in superior post training performance.