Click Image to Customize Page
November 21st, 2014
With Black Friday opening the Holiday shopping season next week, we hope that Baseball Rampage will be your destination for all of your baseball related holiday gifts! What can you expect from Rampage this holiday season?
- Tons of 2015 product giveaways- stay in touch us on social media and email for more information!
- Black Friday Site Wide Sale & Bat Friday Giveaway!
- Gift Card Promotion- Free money when you purchase a $100 or $200 gift card!
- PayPal Credit- No payments and no interest for 6 months on orders over $150
- As always, excellent customer service, fast, free shipping (over $99) and free return shipping through the end of the year!
Looking for gift ideas that your ball player will love to find under the tree this year? Shop Baseball Rampage’s Gift Guide now!
November 20th, 2014
2015 bats have been rolling out for a while now, but this year brings tons of other great new gear including gloves, catcher’s gear, equipment bags & so much more. Browse Baseball Rampage’s New Product Section now for the latest and greatest baseball equipment 2015 has to offer!
Looking for 2015 softball gear? Check out Softball Rampage’s New Product Section!
November 18th, 2014
Giancarlo Stanton just signed the largest contract in the history of sports. Let’s break down the numbers so we can all feel worse about ourselves. The overall contract is 13 years for……wait for it……$325 million. Let’s break that down further.
$325,000,000/13 seasons = $25 million per season
Let’s assume he plays all 162 games for 13 straight years (he won’t).
$325,000,000/2106 games played = $154,320 per game played
Now, let’s assume he has 4 AB’s per game (again, he won’t).
$325,000,000/8424 AB’s = $38,580 every time he steps to the plate
And how about HR’s?
$325,000,000/455 HR’s (35/year) = $714,285 per HR hit (it’s an estimate, but still…)
Now a live look in to us at our desks writing this…
November 11th, 2014
Shop the Baseball Rampage Catcher’s Gear Clearance Section now for huge savings as we make room in the warehouse for new gear! Save on everything catcher’s need from top brands including Easton, Louisville Slugger and more! While supplies last.
Not a catcher? Check out the rest of our Clearance Section with huge mark downs on over 300 products!
Looking for softball catcher’s equipment? Shop Softball Rampage Catcher’s Clearance now!
October 27th, 2014
There seems to be a trend occurring on the corner of Ontario and Carnegie streets in Cleveland– the continued downward spiral of the attendance at Progressive Field for Indians games. The rock and roll capital of the world certainly isn’t rockin’ or rollin’ in attendance when it comes to their baseball team. The games look more like a scene straight out of the movie Major League than they do an actual Major League Baseball game.
Typically, when a team struggles in attendance, it’s a result of the product on the field. However, product on the field isn’t the issue in Cleveland. Sure, they didn’t make the playoffs this year, but they have put together back to back respectable seasons with even a Cy Young contender in Cory Kluber. So then, why aren’t fans showing up?
In the 2014 season, the Indians were 29th in the league in attendance, averaging 18,640 fans per game at home. That is an abysmal 42.4% of occupancy within the confines of Progressive field – that means more than half of their stadium isn’t full each game, representing the worst attendance in the league.
This year, the Indians announced plans to renovate Progressive Field to keep it up to date with the changing times. Part of their planned renovation is to take out over 5,000 seats, reducing capacity from 43,000 to 38,000 – probably a smart move by the front office. Each year, people assume the attendance will rise back to a respectable amount, but it doesn’t. What do you think is going on with the Cleveland Indians?
October 24th, 2014
Through October 29, 2014, Apparel items are 15% off at Baseball Rampage! Shop the Rampage Apparel Sale now to save on jackets and outerwear you’ll need this Winter, or items for your uniform next season. Sale excludes MAP items set by the manufacturer.
Looking for softball apparel? Shop Softball Rampage’s Apparel Sale now!
October 15th, 2014
From now until November 24, 2014 you can enter to win an Easton Mako Torq baseball bat! To enter, all you have to do is submit your name and a valid email address here or click the image above! The winner will be selected and notified via email on 11/24/14 and will have the option between several Torq models.
October 9th, 2014
For Kansas City Royals fans, it’s been years since their last post season birth – 29 years to be exact. That’s right, 29 years of never seeing October baseball. That is the longest postseason drought in all of Major League Baseball; right behind the Royals are the Blue Jays with 20 years of not seeing the postseason, followed by the Mariners who are stuck at 12 years.
The Royals did win the World Series in 1985, a feat some franchises haven’t accomplished in years or even ever. The Cubs haven’t won a World Series in 105 years, the Indians in 65 years. Some notable teams that haven’t ever won a World Series title include the Rangers, Astros, Brewers, Padres, Nationals, Mariners, Rockies.
Though the Royals haven’t seen the postseason for 29 years until now, at least they’ve hoisted the most coveted trophy in all of baseball.
October 3rd, 2014
During the entire month of October, Baseball Rampage and Softball Rampage are offering Double RampageBucks Rewards on all Wilson & DeMarini purchases! That means when you buy Wilson & DeMarini products, you will get 10% back into your account to use towards future purchases! With a full selection of new for 2015 products and even more on clearance, now is the best time to buy Wilson & DeMarini from Rampage! Don’t wait, Double Rewards end on 10/31/14.
September 3rd, 2014
Easton’s 2015 baseball bats are now available to ship and they really outdid themselves this year! Between the revolutionary Easton Mako Torq, the brand new Z-Core bats and Easton’s trusted Speed Series and Power Series bats, there is something for all levels of ball players and all types of hitters. Easton’s Thermo Composite technology has allowed them to lengthen barrels and widen the sweet spot, while decreasing swing weight and improving overall performance.
The 2015 Easton Mako Disruptors video below takes you behind the scenes at Easton, how their engineers developed the Mako Torq over the past two years and why the 360 Torq handle will improve your game. The Easton Mako Torq helps you reach more inside pitches and delays wrist-roll so you stay in the zone longer while delivering more power on contact. See for yourself:
Featuring longer barrels and Mako-like speed in an aluminum bat, the brand new 2015 Easton S3Z and Easton S2Z were created to be the best performing aluminum bats on the market!
If you’re looking for Speed (Easton S1, Easton S2, Easton S3), Power (Easton XL1, Easton XL3), or both (Easton Mako), the 2015 Easton Power Brigade has the perfect bat for you!
Baseball Rampage is a secure website. Our data is encrypted by
Baseball Rampage 2007.