• 4 Atlanta Braves Players Test Positive for Covid-19
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    4 Atlanta Braves Players Test Positive for Covid-19

    With the baseball season getting ready to start their 60-game season, players are test positive for Covid-19. Four members of the Atlanta Braves — Freddie Freeman, Will Smith, Touki Toussaint and Pete Kozma — have all tested positive for COVID-19, manager Brian Snitker said Saturday. Snitker said Freeman, a four-time All-Star first baseman, is still battling a fever and it could be “a while” until he returns. Snitker said Smith and Toussaint, both relief pitchers, have been asymptomatic. Under MLB protocol, all four players must self-isolate immediately and will need to test negative twice in a 24-hour period before returning to the field amid the coronavirus pandemic. Teams may release…

  • Los Angeles Dodgers Trade: Will They Finally Win Title?
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    Los Angeles Dodgers Trade: Will They Finally Win Title?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers has arguably been the best team in baseball the last five years. Unfortunately, they have no World Series championship to show for it. Last year, they were upset by the eventual champions, Washington Nationals in the NLCS. The two years before, they were beaten by the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox in the World Series. The Dodgers have a stacked lineup and a great pitching staff. Clayton Kershaw is arguably this generations best pitcher. The issue is that his regular season greatness hasn’t translated into the postseason. The Dodgers would do almost anything to finally bring home their first championship since 1988. The Los Angeles…

  • Veteran Dodgers Blank Braves in Game 1
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    Veteran Dodgers Blank Braves in Game 1

    The Atlanta Braves first postseason didn’t go as planned against the Dodgers. With the Los Angeles Dodgers having one goal in mind and that’s get back to the World Series, they ran through Atlanta. The Dodgers belted 3 HRs in their 6-0 win over the Atlanta Braves. If that wasn’t enough, the Atlanta Braves pitchers walked eight batters in the game. Atlanta only gave up five hits to the Dodgers, which is a positive thing as they head to Game 2 tonight. The Dodgers will have Clayton Kershaw, arguably the best pitcher of this generation against Aníbal Sánchez, who has pitched to a 2.79 ERA in seven postseason games. Can…

  • 4 Sports That Are Great
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    4 Sports That Are Great for Kids to Try

    In the contemporary world, it can be difficult to get the kids to go play outside. With a wide range of other activities available at their disposal including television, video games, and other interesting things on the web, kids often tend to overlook the benefits of playing outdoor sports. Hence, it is up to you, parents, to get the kids interested. Before introducing your kid to a sport, you should identify a sport that is age-appropriate for your kid. For instance, toddlers are too young to participate in organized sports; however, they will do well with unstructured free play such as dancing, running, and swimming. Here are 4 different sports…

  • Help Your Kid With Hitting in Baseball
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    Drills To Help Your Kid With Hitting In Baseball

    Hitting a baseball well is a lot harder than it looks. I used to be pretty formidable as a hitter when I was a teenager. Now, not so much! Like a lot of parents, you might have kids who are only just discovering the nation’s favorite pastime. If you’re looking for a way to encourage and help them, then working on their hitting is a great place to start. Here are a few good drills to try. Before you even start pitching to your kid, it’s a good idea to do some foundation work. Any coach will tell you that being a good hitter has a lot to do with…

  • Man Hitting Baseball
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    The Ultimate Dad’s Guide To Starting A Youth Baseball Team

    The one thing most parents will get roped into doing at one point or another is coaching their children’s sports team. This could be football, squash or even dodgeball, but it’s likely to happen at any point during their kid’s lives. It’s a great chance to provide youngsters with a healthy, competitive way to engage with their friends, so don’t hesitate to jump on board. But exactly how do you go about things? Baseball is among the most popular sports in the world, so there’s a good shot your kids will be interested in it. If you decide to start your own youth baseball team or simply run a pre-existing…