With MLB Postseason in full effect, we decided to take a break from our regular blog posts and share with you some of the most exciting MLB postseason moments from the past!
The game of baseball has grown into a global sport. Some of the most dedicated fans can be found in baseball as well as dedicated athletes! On the surface, baseball isn't as physical as some of the other sports like football and basketball, but if you dive deeper into what the athletes have to do and how the game is played, you'll get a better understanding to how physically demanding the game actually is.
America's Favorite Pastime has come a long way since its inception. Though the exact origins of the game is debatable, baseball has been around for centuries. Some of the biggest names in the sporting world comes from this field such as Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Nolan Ryan, Willie Mays, Derek Jeter and others.
Baseball, America's favorite past-time, has made many progressive changes throughout its long history. The game has produced some of the biggest and most influential names in America including Willie Mays, Babe Ruth, Nolan Ryan, Mark McGuire and Hank Aaron. Since its inception, the sport has gone through numerous changes especially when it come to wood and metal bat regulations.
With the rise of online shopping, many people have opted out of visiting brick & mortar stores. The online market is simply more convenient as it offers a wider selection of products and discounts. The thrill of going to your favorite sporting good stores have decreased over time, but the million dollar question is why?
The game of baseball is one of the most popular sports in history, and its long list of happy young participants is a true testament of its enchantment. Similar to most sports, baseball players start out fairly young whether it's playing on a team or just having fun at a local park. The game has evolved throughout time thanks to its innovation, and this innovation comes in the form of baseball bats.
Summer is in full effect for 2017 and now is the time to get in on some action. Our favorite pastime is bound to offer excitement, competition and hours of fun. There are tons of summer baseball tourneys and leagues every summer and we're just here to give you a few ideas whether you're getting in on the action or just spectating.
In the world of sports, practice makes perfect. This is an old quote, but if you really think about it, it makes perfect sense. Any player can possess all the natural talent in the world, but if he/she doesn't work on their craft, that talent will surely plateau. Our sport of baseball is no exception and to be a better player, you gotta hit that BP like there's no tomorrow!
2012 TEST RESULTS OF GUAYAIBI (Patagonula Americana) WOOD STRENGTH
“Wood Strength” as defined by Bear Valley Bats for baseball bats is what is commonly known as “Impact Strength.” We differentiate “Wood Strength” from “Wood Hardness,” (as should all makers and consumers of baseball bats) in that “hardness” is the rating of the surface resistance to indentation using the Janka Test.
Over the last few years Southbat has been working to bring the best quality Guayaibi wood bats to the market. However, that hasn’t been our only only goal. We also have been working with experts in Argentina and within the local government entities in the Argentinean forests to become and remain environmentally sustainable. This includes finding new ways to minimize our carbon footprint, while accounting for environmental considerations within our financial projections.
"At the end of his playing career, Leslie Mann didn't feel at home in the world of professional baseball. He wanted to chase his Olympic dream and make the game international. After he met the delegates of 21 countries at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, the International Baseball Federation was born." - WBSC.org