Category: Sports

Used Baseball Gloves

Used baseball gloves are actually a very good option when considering buying another glove. But a lot depends on what you’re really looking for in another glove. If you’re just looking for a secondary one to sometimes use instead of your best, or favorite glove, then you should really consider finding and buying a used

Hitting the Slider in Baseball

A stud pitcher usually can take care of stud hitters. If you are a hitting coach there is only so much you can do to prepare your hitters for a great pitcher. You can study the pitchers tendencies as when he throws different types of pitches and do some guess work, but usually stud pitchers

American Legion Baseball Versus Travel Baseball

Sixteen and seventeen year old high school baseball players who want to play summer baseball have to make a choice between American Legion baseball versus travel baseball. And quite often there is some heavy recruiting from the American Legion coaches. Over the past few years legion coaches have seen a drop in the number of

Baseball And Bottle Caps

In our never ending quest to find new methods of teaching baseball, especially the hitting aspect, perhaps we should stop and look behind us instead of always looking forward. Once upon a time a high .380% or .400% batting average was not all that uncommon, and of course there’s been plenty of change to the

Fascinating Facts About Baseball Caps

Baseball caps are one of the most well-known of caps and millions of people choose to wear them. They are worn by sportsmen and women along with rock stars and the general public and some cost just a few dollars while others are upwards of a thousand dollars or more. If you are a fan

Key Differences Between Softball and Baseball

Many would compare softball and baseball as extremely similar sports. While that is true, there are a few key differences. First, the actual balls are different sizes; a softball is much larger than a baseball. A softball is eleven to twelve inches in circumference and is less dense than the baseball, which is typically nine