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A baseball’s makeup has remained unchanged for over 100 years. Rubber, cork, cowhide and length of yarn, are the fundamental materials that make the baseball. However, baseball has altered the ball to help even the playing field when competitive advantage has shifted from offense to defense and vice versa. One of these standardizations has been […]
Having played baseball for as long as I can remember, I often come across many questions from parents. Most of them are often about cleats, and often around the soccer cleats vs baseball cleats debate – What is the difference between soccer and baseball cleats? Can you wear soccer cleats for baseball? What do baseball cleats […]
You’ve probably come across the words “End Loaded” or “Balanced” when shopping for the right bat. In this article, we’ll shed some more light on the End Loaded bats vs Balanced bats debate. So, what do those terms mean, and which one should you use? Balanced vs. End Loaded Bats Balanced Bats A balanced bat’s […]
Bought some new brand new cleats? They aren’t as comfortable as the old ones, are they? What now? If you wear them to a game before they are properly broken into, you’re going to develop painful blisters on your heels or toes that will keep you from playing at all. So remember to break in […]
Baseball and softball players today have to choose from a plethora of bats. Gone are the days when wood bats were the only option available. Players who want something other than a wood bat need to consider the ‘composite vs aluminum bats’ debate. While composite bats have their benefits, the performance is pretty much even […]
A great starting pitcher can throw anywhere from four to five pitches anywhere in the zone for strikes. One might be his designated strikeout pitch that he goes for early in the count when he’s got the batter in a hole. A great pitcher might only utilize one pitch, like Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera […]
America’s pastime is and has been governed by a plethora of rules both written and unwritten for over a century, but when it comes to the ball that is thrown to start every single game, Major League Baseball has installed a little leeway.
There are many differences between baseball and softball. From the size of the ball to the dimensions on the field to the size of the bat in the batter’s box, these games look incredibly similar but are built very differently.
Despite BBCOR bats being a staple in collegiate and high school leagues, there is still a lot of confusion regarding this standard. We often hear the question, “What is BBCOR?” or “Is my bat certified?”
One-piece bats vs. two-piece bats… Which one is better and why? Which option is better for a power hitter or a for a contact hitter? Whether it’s baseball or for softball, we often see this question pop up.