Is Global Warming Causing More Home Runs in Baseball?

Baseball announcer Tim McCarver bemused viewers with his theory linking baseball and climate change

It has been blamed for extreme weather conditions, destroying habitats and melting polar ice caps, but now global warming has another thing to answer for – causing more home runs in baseball.

However, Penn State climatologist Michael Mann told the blog that increasing levels of carbon emissions behind climate change could make the atmosphere heavier, decreasing the number of home runs.


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