Sign this petition if you want to see baseball and softball added to the 2020 Olympics. Correct the travesty that allows Ping Pong and Badminton to participate as Olympics sports but prevents one of the worlds most popular games from playing.
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Shock Doctor has grown from being the undisputed leader in mouthguard Technology, to being the leading innovator in sports protection around the globe. It is their belief that in combining design and technology to achieve better protection and performance is now trusted by fearless athletes in a growing number of products and sports, from youth to amateur to pro.
“There’s a moment in sport when forces meet. This moment is our defining moment. The moment design meets Technology meets protection meets Performance. The moment fearless athletes soar. The moment everything we stand for is visible only in slow-motion replay. The Shock moment. Our millisecond of glory in every play.” Shock Doctor
Arizona celebrates their CWS championship. (AP Photo/Eric Francis)
The Arizona Wildcats capped off a dominant College World Series Monday night in Omaha, Nebraska with their defeat of the South Carolina Gamecocks by a final of 4-1. South Carolina, seeking their third straight CWS title, could not get anything going offensively as they were limited to just 9 hits and 2 runs by Arizona pitching during the best-of-3 championship finals. A 5-1 Wildcats victory on Sunday night set the stage for the eventual title clinching win on Monday night. Tied 1-1 heading into the 9th inning, Arizona scored 3 runs in the top half of the inning leaving only 3 more outs for a title. The Gamecocks threatened in their final chance at the plate by loading the bases with only 1 out. But winning pitcher Matthew Troupe drew a line out and fly out to end the game and send the champion Wildcats rushing onto the field for a celebratory dog pile. Junior Robert Refsnyder collected Most Outstanding Player honors by going 10-21 with 5 RBIs and 6 runs, including the winning run in the final game, during the 5 games in Omaha. The title is the 4th in the history of the Arizona program with their last championship coming in 1986.
Arizona accomplished their championship run with a high scoring offense, powered by Louisville Slugger baseball bats. The same Louisville Slugger Omaha, Exogrid and Z-1000 models that were used by the Wildcats are available now at Baseball Rampage.
Wilson is proud to introduce its 2012 Limited Edition Gloves. This year’s line-up includes gloves from 2012 Hall of Fame-inductee Barry Larkin, Brandon Phillips of the Cincinnati Reds, C.J. Wilson of the Los Angeles Angels and Cat Osterman of the USSSA Pride. Accompanied with each glove is a Certificate of Authenticity personally signed by the player and Wilson glove Master Craftsman - Shigeaki Aso. Only 500 gloves were produced for each model.
For every Limited Edition Glove sold, a significant portion of the proceeds will be donated to a charity of each player’s choice. Sales of Barry Larkin’s glove will benefit Baseball Assistance Team, Brandon Phillips’ glove will benefit The Ronald McDonald House of Atlanta, C.J. Wilson’s glove will benefit C.J. Wilson’s Children’s Charity and Cat Osterman’s glove will benefit Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The 2012 Limited Edition line includes a variety of Wilson’s best Game Model gloves. Barry Larkin’s throwback glove from the early 1990s reminds players what Wilson A2000s looked like two decades ago while CJ Wilson’s Anaheim Angels red A2000 highlights today’s custom A2000s. Brandon Phillips’ silver/red/black custom A2K, which he named “Casper”, is the quintessential custom glove for elite players. Cat Osterman’s glove is a white fastpitch model and features the Breast Cancer Research Foundation’s HOPE ribbon.
Baseball Rampage has an awesome solution for the challenge every travel teams faces: raising money to buy the name brand gear and equipment to help your team succeed.
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Under Armour Performance Eyewear for 2012 is available at Baseball Rampage. Under Armour is unmatched in sports vision accessories, they deliver superior vision, strength, comfort, and adjustability. The new 2012 Under Armour Sunglasses selection at Baseball Rampage is built for Baseball. Check out these popular models:
Under Armour originated in 1996 with the simple goal of making a superior t-shirt. Not only are they one of the leaders in sports apparel for men but now you can get Under Armour for women too. Baseball Rampage and Softball Rampage offer Under Armour shirts, heat gear, shorts, socks, and much more. As an authorized retailer, you can find a wide selection of Under Armour softball gear for women online.
Under Armour’s Tech Women’s Short Sleeve T-Shirt features lightweight, brushed fabrication with soft, comfortable hand. Superior moisture transport and enhanced dry times keep you dry and raglan construction and flat seaming provide comfort and mobility.
Shoeless Joe’s Century series gloves give the player the quality, feel and style of the gloves used by professional ball players over the last 100 years. Each glove is individually hand-cut and sewn from Special Aged Antique Tobacco Leather Hides. The gloves are then hand-rubbed with old time ingredients to soften the leather before being broken in resulting in a beaten up and “Game Worn” look and feel. View all Shoeless Joe Baseball Gloves at Baseball Rampage.
There is nothing more exciting than spring training to start the baseball season. Did you know that spring training is almost as old as baseball itself? It first took place in 1870, when the Cincinnati Red Stockings and the Chicago White Stockings held organized baseball camps in New Orleans. Spring-training was finally established as a baseball ritual by 1900, with most American and National League teams heading out of town so players could train and managers could evaluate.
“People ask me what I do in the winter when there’s no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.”