Erik Kuselias of the Erik Kuselias Show on NBC Sports Radio interviewed Jason Giambi partner with EON Sports VR‘s new Project OPS.
“If both your parents work, and it’s snowing outside and you can’t make it to the cages that day, you just snap it in and take your reps. There’s nothing better in the world than taking those reps of that baseball coming at you,” said Jason Giambi.
Erik Kuselias: So you’re working with Project OPS, developed by EON Sports VR. It’s the world’s first Virtual Reality “hitting thing”. Tell us more about that.
Jason Giambi: It’s unbelievable. It’s really the most unbelievable thing I’ve ever seen. Like I said earlier, I didn’t grow up in the whole “techie” revolution. So, when they approached me to come and be a part of this, you know, because I have 20 years experience in the big league, I had a really good eye, knew how to take at bats. So they [EON Sports VR] approached me, they asked, ‘Hey, what fathers, or sons, daughters, want to become better baseball players, what’s the first thing you tell them?’ I said, ‘hey, listen if you want to be a better hitter, no doubt, right here right know, know the strike zone. All those lessons will finally pay off, all those hitting times in the batting cages, at the tee, will pay off if you swing at strikes…