• Best Tips for Taking Care of a Baseball Bat
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    Best Tips for Taking Care of a Baseball Bat

    As a baseball player, your bat is one of the most essential pieces of equipment that you own. Without it, hitting those impressive home runs and smashing those quick singles and doubles would be impossible. That said, taking care of your bat is crucial to retain its quality and longevity. Let’s look at some of the best tips for taking care of a baseball bat. Make Sure You Store It Properly The first tip for taking care of your baseball bat is to store it properly. This ensures the bat stays in good condition and does not suffer any damage. After each game or practice, keep your bat in a cool,…

  • The Most Challenging Professional Sports to Predict
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    The Most Challenging Professional Sports to Predict

    Sports will forever be the ultimate reality show. It’s an entertainment option with organic results, although some fans accuse certain leagues of pre-determined outcomes. Nevertheless, the most challenging professional sports to predict should provide entertainment value for someone with no rooting interest. Golf Golf is so difficult to predict because there’s only one winner in a field of hundreds. It was easier to narrow down a list of potential winners when Tiger Woods was in his prime, but those days are past. Your top dogs, such as Scottie Scheffler, Jon Rahm, and Rory McIlroy, are still in the field. However, no one had a better head and shoulders than Woods.…

  • How to Get Your Child Interested In Baseball
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    How to Get Your Child Interested In Baseball

    We all hope that our children will share some of our interests with us. After all, there’s nothing better than thinking about spending time with your child, doing something that you both love. If you can have that, then you can be assured that you’ll have a friendship forever! Alas, it’s not as if we can automatically assume that our child will have the same level of interest in something as we do. There are no guarantees. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t increase the likelihood of it happening. In this blog, we’re going to focus on baseball and how you can get your child interested in the sport.…

  • Batter Up! 4 Tips for Buying Baseball Equipment for Kids
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    Batter Up! 4 Tips for Buying Baseball Equipment for Kids

    It’s every dad’s dream come true when your little one tells you they want to play baseball. Not only is it a great hobby, but team sports have so many benefits for children! However, baseball is a sport that requires the right equipment to be able to play efficiently and safely. It can be overwhelming to choose between all of the available options! You may be wondering where to start when buying baseball equipment for kids. Continue reading to help you learn what your future World Series champion will need to help them succeed on the field. 1. Buying the Essentials Your child will need a few pieces of basic…

  • Atlanta Braves 2021 World Series Combo Pack Giveaway
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    Atlanta Braves 2021 World Series Combo Pack Giveaway

    The Atlanta Braves are your 2021 World Series champions. The win over the Houston Astros marked their first championship since 1995. It’s hard to believe that it took 26 years for the Braves to finally bring home another championship. Back in 1995 when they won it that was the beginning of my senior year of high school. Unfortunately, I’ve only got memories of that team with John Smoltz, Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, Fred McGriff, and David Justice. Now you can savor the 2021 Atlanta Braves and their World Series run forever. The MLB and Atlanta Braves have released a commemorative two-disc Blu-ray+DVD combo pack. This set is narrated by none…

  • Mookie Betts Signs Mega Deal with Los Angeles Dodgers
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    Mookie Betts Signs Mega Deal with Los Angeles Dodgers

    Mookie Betts became one of the richest athletes by signing a mega deal with the Dodgers. Star outfielder Mookie Betts and the Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed on a 12-year, $365 million extension that keeps the former American League MVP from reaching free agency this winter. When you combine the one-year, $27 million contract he’s currently playing out, Betts’ total comes to 13 years and $392 million. The deal tops the previous extension record of $360 million signed by Mike Trout and includes a record $65 million signing bonus. The Dodgers acquired the 27-year-old Betts from the Boston Red Sox in a blockbuster trade over the winter, giving up outfielder…

  • 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…

  • 5 Reasons You Should Finally Give Baseball a Try
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    5 Reasons You Should Finally Give Baseball a Try

    Baseball is the great American pastime, but for some people, it never becomes a hobby or a sport they follow. You may have had a huge interest in baseball as a child, but your interest waned as you became an adult. These days people are always looking for ways to stay fit and socialize, and baseball is the perfect sport to accomplish both of these; it’s a two-for-one! Joining an amateur baseball or softball team is the perfect way to meet new people, make new friends, and travel a little around your state while also staying fit and exercising. There are so many reasons to give baseball a try, but…

  • Toyota Salutes Negro Leagues Baseball Centennial
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    Toyota Salutes Negro Leagues Baseball Centennial

    In celebration of an iconic moment in American history, Toyota pays tribute to 100 years of Negro Leagues Baseball in the latest creative as part of the marketing campaign for the all-new 2020 Toyota Highlander. Filmed partly at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri, the commercial, titled “Home Team,” was created and produced by Burrell Communications Group. “We are truly delighted that Toyota has chosen to honor the unsung heroes of the Negro Leagues this way,” says Bob Kendrick, President, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. “The passion, determination, and unwavering spirit from these individuals is truly an American story.” Living baseball legend James “Jim” Robinson, former captain of the Kansas City Monarchs, is featured as…

  • 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…

  • 1. 5 Most Fun Ways to Get in Shape
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    Looking to Get in Shape? 5 Most Fun Ways to Get in Shape

    When it comes to keeping fit and staying healthy, there is no better way to do it than exercising and dieting. In this post, we explore fun ways of getting shape. If you have a penchant for jogging every morning or evening, it is not too late to try something different. From taking part in some sports, biking to hiking, you can choose from wide-ranging activities. Most importantly, keeping fit would be more productive if you take part in fun activities. You can choose to do it alone or explore fun group activities. The most important thing is enjoying every bit of it. We did some homework on the best…

  • The Battery Atlanta Hosts Viewing Party Opening Day
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    The Battery Atlanta Hosts Viewing Party Opening Day

    The defending National League East Champion Atlanta Braves will host a watch party at The Battery Atlanta for Opening Day as the team begins its season on the road against division rivals the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday, March 28 at 2 p.m. First pitch is slated for 3:05 p.m. A live DJ, the Heavy Hitters and ATL Breakers will entertain the crowd between innings BLOOPER, the Tomahawk Team, Chick-fil-A Herd of Cows and the Home Depot Tools will be on-hand interacting with fans throughout the afternoon Fans can take photos with the 2018 NL East Championship Pennant 680 The Fan will broadcast live from the Plaza from 9:30 a.m. –…

  • Atlanta Braves 2019 Promotional Schedule
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    Atlanta Braves 2019 Promotional Schedule

    With Spring Training under way and the first game being played on Saturday, baseball season is upon us. We’re hoping the Atlanta Braves can repeat their success from a year ago. Let’s all support Braves as they have released their promotional schedule for 2019. Check out the release below and hopefully you’ll be able to join the Braves on some of their great giveaways. The Atlanta Braves unveiled their promotional schedule for the upcoming 2019 season at SunTrust Park. Highlights of the promotional schedule include five bobbleheads, including one honoring the 80th birthday of longtime Braves icon, Walter Banks, an Ozzie Albies replica chain giveaway on June 19, T-Shirt Tuesdays, the 10th annual…

  • Check Out Atlanta Braves 2019 Chop Fest at SunTrust Park
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    Check Out Atlanta Braves 2019 Chop Fest at SunTrust Park

    The Atlanta Braves will host the team’s annual Chop Fest on Saturday, January 19 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. at SunTrust Park and The Battery Atlanta. The free event* gives fans a preseason opportunity to greet and interact with their favorite players, coaches and alumni. The one-day event will feature an array of activities including question and answer sessions, baseball clinics, autographs* and photos with players, interactive attractions, live entertainment and more.  All information can be found at www.braves.com/chopfest. Parking Parking is free in approved lots. Fans attending the event can park in: Red Deck, Green Deck Purple Deck, Delta Deck, Braves Lot 29, Braves Lot 9 and Braves Lot 11 during…

  • Baseball Changes – Three New MLB 2018 Trends
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    Baseball Changes – Three New MLB 2018 Trends

    Baseball is in a constant state of flux! To avid sports lovers, this might not be anything drastically new. They’ve seen on and off changes in baseball taking place on an end-to-end basis. However, today with the team philosophies and advanced technologies the game is getting shaped in an all-new way. From defensive positioning to pitch tracking, everything is undergoing an exciting change in the MLB domain. Do you want to know about the significant modifications? If yes, then discussed below are three appropriate baseball changes. Top three baseball changes recently 1. There’s a decline in the offense Do you have an affinity for strikeouts than the singles? If yes,…

  • 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…

  • Braves Win With Walk Off Home Run on Opening Day
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    Braves Win With Walk Off Home Run on Opening Day

    I’ve been a baseball fan ever since I was a toddler. Seriously, my dad was a coach and he would bring me to all the games and practices. When I was 3 or 4-years-old, you could catch me in the field, preferably shortstop taking ground balls. Throughout my years a young’n, my teams were the Atlanta Braves and the Boston Red Sox. Greg Maddux, John Smoltz, Tom Glavine, Chipper Jones, Ron Gant, Dave Justice and Javy Lopez are still amongst my all-time favorites. If you want to, we take this back to Dale Murphy, Bob Horner, Glenn Hubbard, Phil Niekro and Andres Thomas were some of my early favorites. My…

  • Chipper Jones
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    Chipper Jones Headlines 2018 Hall of Fame Class

    Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Jim Thome and Trevor Hoffman were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, it was announced Wednesday. Jones and Thome were both elected in their first year of eligibility. This is the fourth time that the Baseball Writers’ Association of America has elected four players in a year (1947, 1955, 2015). “It was waterworks,” said Jones, who drew 97.2 percent of the vote after being selected on 410 of 422 ballots. The four will join veterans committee inductees Jack Morris and Alan Trammell in entering the Baseball Hall of Fame on July 29 in Cooperstown, New York. It took 75 percent for election, or 317 votes, to be elected into the…