From November 23th through December 10, 2011, visitors at Baseball Rampage have a chance to Win Your Wishlist. Winning is easy. Simply visit www.baseballrampage.com, find products that you want to receive as gifts, add them to your wishlist by clicking “Add Item To Wishlist” on each product page, and then email the wishlist to your friends and family.
Don’t forget to visit BaseballRampage.com for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals! As always we offer Complimentary shipping on orders over $99, 5% RampageBucks Rewards, and Free return shipping!
Every visitor to Baseball Rampage also has the opportunity to win a $500 gift card just for adding products to their wish list. Here’s how:
1. Visit the Wish List page to see which products, if any, you already have in your account.
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3. Add them to your wish list by clicking the “Add Item To Wishlist” link under the Add to Cart button.
4. Once you’ve found all of the products you want, go back to the wishlist page and click “Email Your Wishlist” to send it to friends and family.
That’s it. You’ll be entered to win a $500 gift card from Baseball Rampage and your family and friends know exactly what baseball presents you’ll want this season.
Joseph has won the October Baseball Rampage review contest. Thank you for submitting your review. Our customers make our website one of the best, and your review is a part of that. Joseph received $100 in his RampageBucks Rewards account!
We need your help to make Baseball Rampage the best place to shop for baseball gear. We would like you to review the items that you have used, especially if you have purchased them on Baseball Rampage. As a special incentive, we’re giving away $100 Rampage Bucks Rewards every month good any product at Baseball Rampage.
To enter, submit a review of at least 25 words on a product that you have purchased. We will randomly select one winner each week from eligible entries. Reviews submitted that pass our editorial review and are at least 25 words will be eligible to win. Only one review per customer, per product, will be eligible to enter. The winner will be chosen at random from the eligible entries each month and the winner will be notified via email. Hurry, go write a review today and be entered in the November contest!
Baseball Rampage has extended our free return shipping policy to Softball Rampage and Baseball Warehouse. Shoppers can now order any baseball or softball product online, and if it doesn’t meet your needs for any reason, Rampage will pickup the cost of return shipping.
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It’s one of the most monumental meltdowns in baseball history. The Boston Red Sox finished their September collapse, falling out of the playoffs by letting the Baltimore Orioles get two ninth-inning runs in a 4-3 loss, and the Braves fell to Philadelphia 4-3 in 13 innings.
The Red Sox collapse might be the worst fall of the two. Even the fans are severely upset, tweeting and calling into local radio stations expressing their frustrations at managers and players, even at the baseball gods themselves for failing to reach the Ameriam League Playoffs. It could be said that the Red Sox six-month season was wasted in a single night.
“Truly unbelievable. This feels like revenge for 2004 and 2007,” wrote Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy. “It is as if the baseball gods are punishing Red Sox Nation for hubris and arrogance and good times that seemed so good, so good, so good.”
Both the Red Sox and the Braves are positioned to do very well next year but you can expect big changes for the Red Sox. After Wednesday’s season-ending shock in Baltimore, general manager Theo Epstein said, “We can’t deny this month happened. just because it was preceded by four months of being the best team in baseball. We have to take a very close look at everything that’s not right. We have to fix things and that includes the whole organization.”
As reported in ThePostGame by Yahoo Sports, Nike has released every college under contract from using their bats next season. None of the top 20 teams in college baseball used Nike bats this season. For those who did, power and offensive numbers were reportedly down significantly. Alabama’s baseball team has seen a decrease in offense by 86.6% over the previous 3 years.
Nike has pulled all college approved bats from their online store. The report doesn’t include any data on high school approved Nike bats. Visit ThePostGame to read more about the issue.
The Little League World Series is a 16-team pool play baseball tournament held each August in South Williamsport, Pa. The teams consist of players who are between the ages of 11 and 12. It is one of eight championship tournaments put on by Little League International. The others are Junior League (13-14), Senior League (14-16), Big League (16-18), Little League Softball (11-12), Junior League Softball (13-14), Senior League Softball (14-16) and Big League Softball (16-18).
The first Little League Baseball World Series was played in Williamsport in 1947. Today marks the 65th Little League Baseball World Series and will be broadcasted live on ESPN.
After getting ejected for throwing at Chipper Jones on Friday, Carloas Zambrano cleaned out his locker and told trainers and clubhouse people during the game that he was “retiring.” Barry Praver, Zambrano’s agent, told ESPN The Magazine’s Buster Olney that the Cubs were told that Zambrano “definitely” wasn’t retiring. Praver said Zambrano made private emotional remarks to club staff and returned his things to his locker late Friday night.
Cubs general manager Jim Hendry, apologized to Braves general manager Frank Wren for the actions by Zambrano, which tarnished former manager Bobby Cox’s night. The Braves retired Cox’s No. 6 before the game.
“I feel that anything at all to detract from Bobby Cox’s night other than usual competition is totally intolerable, ” said Hendry.
Zambrano’s teammates have mixed feelings on the situation, but Cubs pitcher Ryan Dempster wasn’t so understanding.
“He’s made his bed. Let him sleep in it,” Dempster said. “It’s not like it’s something new.”
Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez said Zambrano would be welcomed back by his teammates, but only if he made changes.
“If he changes his attitude, he’s more than welcome,” Ramirez said.