January 2015

High School Baseball

[cb_profit_poster clickbank] Christian Haupt was the youngest person to ever throw a first pitch at a Major League Baseball game a few days after his fourth birthday. Christian was discovered by Adam Sandler on YouTube for a baseball playing cameo role in the movie “That’s My Boy” at the age of two and was featured in the MLB All Star Game pre-game show on FOX at the age of five. Nobody in o

Baseball Tips You Will Not Read Elsewhere

[cb_profit_poster clickbank] Baseball has a long history of being a shared passion among the masses. Unfortunately, few people have the ability to play the game well. This information will help you to fine tune your game. If you want to raise your batting average, focus on hitting towards the fence and not necessarily hitting over the fence. You want to avoid hitting a pop fly. You’ll usually hit it in the ai

Learn The Ins And Outs Of Baseball With These Tips

TIP! As a baseball coach, you need to keep players interested and motivated so they can win. Bonding with your team through something like a pizza party is helpful. Baseball, or America’s Pastime, is loved around the world. Many player aspire to learn to play the game as the pros do. The things that this article is going to cover will allow people to do these things and then some. TIP! Make sure that your w

MLB to Disappear from Terrestrial Radio?

[cb_profit_poster clickbank] Taiwan baseball game fight MLB to Disappear from Terrestrial Radio? The changes that took place in the way MLB games were broadcast on television made many think that the same will happen to radio soon enough. Today, local television stations only broadcast 23% of the MLB games. Also, 7 of the major league team games are only available on cable, an exclusivity factor that seems to

More Great Quotes By Baseball Greats

[cb_profit_poster clickbank] More Great Quotes By Baseball Greats These quotes are by the players themselves. See what these stars had to say. I find this stuff fascinating. Christy Mathewson “You can learn little from victory. You can learn everything from defeat.” “Many baseball fans look upon an umpire as a sort of necessary evil to the luxury of baseball, like the odor that follows an automobile.”