Trackman Data Visualization

With Trackman, your program has all the data you could ever need. The next challenge, though, is what to do with that data. 6-4-3 Charts’ Trackman Sync interface (part of the TrackMan PLUS or Premium packages) solves that challenge by drastically changing the way your program can visualize, interact with, and gain insight from your Trackman data. This is a one-of-a-kind tool that sits within our current 6-4-3 interface and offers you an unprecedented level of interaction.

Learn more about all the different modules that make up our Trackman Sync interface. See how easily you can start creating detailed scouting reports on opponents and using the data from those reports to make carefully calculated in-game decisions on the field!

What Can You Do When You Visualize Your Data?

All TrackMan Visualization tools outlined below are available as part of the TrackMan SYNC integration with our PLUS Package. They are not sold separately. 

Pitcher Data Visualization


Pitch Highlighter


The Pitch Highlighter module is a great place to start when first interacting with our Trackman SYNC tools. The three interactive displays focus on the pitcher’s release point, the ball in play (and result of those BIP), and the frequency of quality contact by the hitter.

All of these displays can be filtered and interacted with to get a better understanding of what pitches are working for a pitcher and what pitches are getting barrelled.

And now, with Synergy video integration via our Premium package...

Programs that sign up for the Premium package, you can pair your TrackMan data visualization with Synergy video and can now You can use our interactive filter clipper to select only the pitches, locations, and situations you want to see!

Don’t forget about the cold, hard stats! Learn more about different pitch types by looking at the Pitch Description table. Here you’ll find data on everything from Spin Rate to Induced Vertical Break.

The middle table shows the Batted Ball Profile, which breaks down the data on balls in play by pitch type. The bottom table details how disciplined hitters are against different pitch types. It’s particularly interesting to look at the different Whiff and Put-Away Percentages to see if the pitcher gets their outs via the heat or the breaking ball!

Pitcher Arsenal


The Pitcher Arsenal module gives you the most in-depth look possible at (an opposing) pitcher’s full repertoire. Pitch-type by pitch-type, visualize each of the pitches by vertical drop, release point, and spin. Pair these data points with our other advanced analytics, and there will be no guessing for your hitters at the plate!

Pitch Sequencing


What type of pitch is the opposing pitcher going to throw in a 1-2 count against your left-handed hitters? 

The Pitch Sequencing module allows you to answer these questions by taking a deep dive into the tendencies of any pitcher by count, result, and pitch type. Then, with the LHH vs RHH filtering option, you can create a game plan for all the hitters in your lineup, no matter what pitcher you are facing that day.

And don’t forget about the tabular data! The tables included in this module (shown below) hold a TON of information about a pitcher’s tendencies and sequencing…

Pitch Selection: On this table, you can quickly see and sort what pitches are thrown in certain count scenarios. An easy nugget to pull from this table is if the pitcher has a certain pitch they like to throw on the first pitch of the count.

Sequencing Performance (On 2nd Pitch): Here, you can actually see what sequencing combinations work best (or worst) for the pitcher. It’s also a good place to look to quickly see what pitches hitters should be expecting after certain pitches.

Pitch Type By Count Matrix: Last but not least, this sortable table quickly shows you the percentage of each pitch type thrown on a given count. Looking at the example below, you can bet on a fastball if you’re in a 3-1 count with this pitcher!

Game Replay - 3D


Sometimes when evaluating a pitcher, the video doesn’t tell the whole story, and the data isn’t visual enough. That’s when the Game Replay – 3D module comes into play. With 3D Rendering, you can get a 360º view of all the pitches from any at-bat from the season. See how a pitcher tunnels pitches, the hitter’s reaction point, the ball’s spin access & movement, and much more. 

You can view the pitches from any angle, but our favorite is viewing them from the LHH or RHH batter’s boxes!

Heatmaps


TrackMan Sync - Heat Map 2
TrackMan Sync - Heat Map 2

Our Heatmaps module is an indispensable tool for scouting opponents’ pitchers (and hitters). With a couple of filter options in place, you’ll be able to quickly identify where a pitcher can execute their pitches and where hitters do damage on them. 

Pair the insights you gained from the Heatmaps with those from the Zone Illustration module, and you’ll have an extremely detailed zone report on a pitcher – or hitter!

Catcher Framing


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The Catcher Framing module gives coaches a quick look at the receiving strengths and weaknesses of their (or their opponent’s) catchers as they work to help their pitchers win borderline pitches from umpires. The interactive tile allows users to filter on batter or pitcher handedness, pitch types, and date ranges to view more holistic trends and specific zone-by-zone metrics.

The Catcher Framing module includes a K-Zone Framing chart along with a detailed statistical table. The statistical table is broken down by each of the “shadow zones” around the strike zone and then: Number of Pitches, Strike Rate, Framing Runs, Lg Avg Framing Runs, and Framing+.

Framing+ is a new metric for collegiate baseball/softball developed by 6-4-3 Sports in 2023 that scales the catchers framing ability against the league average.

Umpire Reports


The Umpire Reports module gives coaches a look at an umpire’s strike zone and, more specifically, how he/she calls pitches in the “shadow zones.” The tabulations for each shadow zone include: number of pitches, strike rate, strike-called accuracy, ball-called accuracy, and weighted accuracy.

Defensive Positioning


The 643 DEFENSIVE SHIFT MODEL allows users to see a hitter’s expected batting average (xBA), slugging percentage (xSLG), and weighted on base average on contact (xwOBAcon) versus multiple defensive configurations. In addition to preset alignments, users also can manually move infielders and outfielders while the system dynamically recomputes the expected outcomes. This functionality allows users to assess which configurations most meet their defensive objectives.

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Pitching Models


Pitching Models

Reporting


The Reporting module in TrackMan Sync gives you ready-to-use, exportable PDF pitcher reports at the click of a button. Choose from our pre-made options, or work with us to create custom reports specifically for your program!

Team Stats


TrackMan Sync - Team Stats - Pitching

The Team Stats module takes TrackMan’s data and organizes it into a neat, sortable, and exportable table.

The Team ‘Pitching’ Stats table allows you to see five different statistical groups: Standard, Batted Balls, Advanced Analytics, Plate Discipline, and Pitch Description.

Filters


Filters are available on all our Trackman Visualization platforms. The filters are designed to help you narrow down the data so you can see exactly what you want to see. Basically, if there’s a scenario in a game, you can filter down the data to it.

Plus, you can save your filters for easy access the next time around! 

The Game Information filter allows you to narrow down the type of game (home/away, date range, and live/intrasquad). Then you can focus on the data by the general segments of the game, including inning and number of outs.

The Outcome and Pitch Information filters are where you can start getting extremely granular with your filtering. Filter by the outcome, zone, BIP type, pitch type, and count to see how your selected player performs in specific situations.

The Pitch Specifics filters let you dive even deeper into the ball-tracking data by letting you select the range of pitch velocity, spin rate, exit velocity, and launch angle. With this information, you can easily see where in the zone a pitcher is throwing their heat and where in the zone they are giving up big hits!

Hitter Data Visualization


Pitch Highlighter


Labeled Pitch Highlighter in the 6-4-3 Charts Interface, you can also use this module to evaluate hitters. By just scrolling over the spray chart, you can see the pitch location and type that correlates to a specific ball in play. 

If you really want to dive into the data, you can check out the Contact Quality for each of the hitter’s balls in play (e.g. Barrels, Flares, Topped, Weak Contact, etc.).

And Now, together with our Synergy Integration...

Programs that sign up for the Premium package, you can pair your TrackMan data visualization with Synergy video and can now see the video of every pitch, every at-bat, every swing. You can use our interactive filter clipper to select only the pitches, locations, and situations you want to see!

TrackMan Sync - Pitch Highlighter - Performance Metrics
TrackMan Sync - Pitch Highlighter - Batted Ball Profile

Finally, this module lets you look at the hitter’s Batted Ball Profile and Plate Discipline so you can learn more about their Ground Ball vs. Line Drive Percentage or Chase Percentage, among other advanced statistics.

Zone Illustration


The Zone Illustration module is a powerful tool for evaluating a hitter’s strengths and weaknesses around the zone. A quick scroll through the first nine illustrations and you’ll get a clear picture of where in the zone a hitter tends to swing, make contact, miss, get on base, and make elevated contact. Overall, the Zone Illustrator is a great tool to help develop a quick plan for your pitchers on how to attack your opponent’s lineup.

Heatmaps


TrackMan Sync - Heat Map 2
TrackMan Sync - Heat Map 2

Building off the Pitch Highlighter and Zone Illustrator module, Heat Maps for hitters helps visualize exactly how a hitter is getting pitched to, where they are swinging, and where they are making contact.

With the available Outcome & Pitch filters, the Heat Maps module becomes a valuable tool when scouting opponents. With a couple of filter options (e.g. pitch velocity, count, or pitch zone), you’ll be able to quickly identify holes in the hitter’s swing, as well as areas in the zone your pitchers should avoid. 

All Sprays


The All Sprays module is a great tool to use if you are in charge of defensive positioning for your team or you are trying to uncover tendencies in your own hitters.

Want to see all of a batter’s two-strike hits to leftfield? You can do that in the All Sprays module!

Check out the screenshots below to see all the sprays you have access to in this module.

Count Progressions/Pitch Sequencing


Labeled Pitch Sequencing in the 6-4-3/Trackman Sync Interface, you can use this module to study a hitter’s Count Progressions. This module allows you to quickly see what pitches a hitter has faced broken down by count. You can delve deeper into the data by filtering for handedness of the pitcher, pitch outcome, and pitch type. This is particularly useful if you’re preparing to call pitches.

Team Stats


The Team Stats module takes TrackMan’s data and organizes it into a neat, sortable, and exportable table.

The Team ‘Hitting’ Stats table allows you to see four different statistical groups: Standard, Batted Balls, Advanced Analytics, and Plate Discipline.

Defensive Positioning


The 643 DEFENSIVE SHIFT MODEL allows users to see a hitter’s expected batting average (xBA), slugging percentage (xSLG), and weighted on base average on contact (xwOBAcon) versus multiple defensive configurations. In addition to preset alignments, users also can manually move infielders and outfielders while the system dynamically recomputes the expected outcomes. This functionality allows users to assess which configurations most meet their defensive objectives.

LEARN MORE

Hitting Models


Hitting Models

Reporting


The Reporting module in TrackMan Sync gives you ready-to-use, exportable PDF hitter reports at the click of a button. Choose from our pre-made options, or work with us to create custom reports specifically for your program!

Filters


Filter options are available on all our Trackman Visualization modules. The filters are designed to help you narrow down the data so you can see exactly what you want to see. Basically, if there’s a scenario in a game, you can filter down the data to it.

Plus, you can save your filters for easy access the next time around!

The Game Information filters allow you first to narrow down the type of game (home/away, date range, and live/intrasquad). Then you can narrow down the data by the general segments of the game, including inning, number of outs, and LHP/RHP.

The Outcome and Pitch Information filters are where you can start getting extremely granular with your filtering. Filter by the outcome, zone, BIP type, pitch type, and count to see how your selected player performs in specific situations.

The Pitch Specifics filters let you dive even deeper into the ball-tracking data by letting you select the range of pitch velocity, spin rate, exit velocity, and launch angle. With this information, you can easily see where in the zone a hitter is vulnerable to certain pitches, as well as where they do the most damage.

Park Adjustments


COMING SOON!

Learn more about visualizing your Trackman data with 6-4-3 Charts!