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How this high-tech batting cage is getting kids involved in STEM

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The team at SAS is hoping to get more kids involved in STEM by incorporating data with their Batting Lab, where kids get a new understanding of science, technology, engineering and math through baseball and softball. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for TODAY.