It sure does:
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Anyway, what's missing is what lens it is, and that you're using a TC - though it is giving the effective focal length.
I use the 70-200/2.8 generally for Baseball, and sometime add the canon 1.4x - but I've never looked at my own exif to see if it preserves that info or not.
But I've been fairly unhappy with the TC - it slows down the focussing just enough to bug me - and since I have sideline access, I only really need it for the opposite base (i.e. first when I'm in the third dugout), as it simply isn't enough for the OF anyway. It also helps that I'm dealing with U10's, so the field is not as big as you're looking at.
back to the shot: Through the fence? If so, you're getting a great focus on the pitcher - and most of these have a cross-hatch banding in the background, and yours doesn't.
Thanks for the info!
It is through the fence, however, at this field the back fence is actually a black mesh. It's great because it absorbs the light and keeps the photo from getting so washed out.
The tele I used was the Kenko in my signature.