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November 11th, 2013
The Mako is the latest bat developed by Easton within their Power Brigade series. It made it’s debut appearance at the Little League World Series and has since been one of the most talked about bats on the market for 2014.
Easton is already well known for the S1 and XL1. The S1 provides some of the quickest bat speed through the zone of practically any baseball bat on the market. The XL1 is designed with a longer barrel which adds a massive sweet spot, which helps distribute more power to the hitter. Now, take those two bats and make one and you’ll have the Mako.
The Mako is the best of both worlds. The Mako is one of the fastest bats, with one of the biggest barrels through the zone. Even with the bigger barrel it still feels light when swinging it. Easton uses their new TCT or Thermo Composite Technology, which contributes to adding a massive sweet spot. The Mako has a faster swing speed than the S1 and a barrel size that matches up to the XL1. The Mako is a 2-piece design, built with Easton’s patented connection technology which maximizes energy transfer while isolating the barrel from the handle killing vibration and sting.
It’s hard to come across a baseball bat with this massive of a sweet spot that can also generate a considerable amount of bat speed. Without question, the Easton Mako is worth the hype and the price.
By: Jordan Mills
Purchase The Mako at www.baseballrampage.com
October 31st, 2013
It’s no secret that the Red Sox have won a couple World Series titles in recent years, however, none of those have been clinched within the walls of Fenway Park. In fact, last night was the first time since 1918 that Boston clinched a World Series in front of their home fans. Some fans waited 95 years to witness a World Series win at home, though most of them haven’t even been alive that long.
The last time Boston clinched a World Series at home gas was just 30 cents per gallon, a loaf of bread just cost 12 cents and World War I was fresh on the minds of every American. The last Red Sox team to celebrate a home World Series win had Babe Ruth on the roster. Even more notably, the Red Sox traded away Babe Ruth following their 1918 win, leading to the curse of the Bambino, which ended in 2004. Needless to say, Fenway Park waited for what seemed like an eternity for a World Series clincher at home. That wait came to an end last night as Boston fans witnessed a final out, which gave the Red Sox a long awaited home World Series win over the St. Louis Cardinals.
By: Jordan Mills
October 22nd, 2013
It didn’t take long for the Reds to find a new manager after letting Dusty Baker go following another disappointing playoff run. The Reds front office looked within their organization and hired pitching coach Bryan Price. Price was the pitching coach for four seasons with the Reds and will replace Dusty Baker who was relieved of his managerial duties Oct. 3.
Before Price joined the Reds organization, he spent 10 seasons with the Mariners and D-backs as their pitching coach, this will be his first managerial position. Under Price, the Reds pitching staff had the fourth best ERA in the Majors and led the National League in strikeouts. The Reds and Price agreed to a 3 year contract.
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By: Jordan Mills
October 21st, 2013
Jimmy Leyland has decided to step down as the Detroit Tigers manager after eight seasons at the helm. Leyland led the Tigers to two American League pennants with an overall record of 700-597 giving him a .540 winning percentage. Leyland was known for his no-nonsense approach to managing.
Leyland previously managed the Pirates, Marlins and Rockies and has managed nearly 3,500 games with an overall record of 1,757-1,711. In 1997 he led the Marlins to a World Series win over the Cleveland Indians in seven games. He is one of a few managers to have won pennants for an American League and a National League team.
Leyland made it clear in a Tiger’s press conference that he will not be retiring, but he will be working with the Tiger’s organization in a different role. This season was his 50th season managing in baseball.
- Jordan Mills
October 15th, 2013
Softball is distinct from other sports, so it’s no surprise that you should utilize unique methods when conditioning, whether you are in or out of season. Here at Softball Rampage, we did some research to get you started down the path to the perfect workout routine, because we want you to be at your very best next season.
- Cardio: Having a solid cardiovascular base is important, but because softball plays unfold so quickly, the experts say anaerobic readiness is actually more important. This is why interval training is especially beneficial—you will gain speed, endurance and explosive power.
- Strength: Softball requires you to use a large variety of movements and muscle groups, which is why circuit training is recommended. Choose 10 stations or exercises that all work different muscle groups, for a set amount of time or repetitions, and repeat the whole circuit at least 3 times for the best results. Circuit training will exhaust your muscles and get your heart rate pumping!
- Flexibility: The experts say flexibility training is of the utmost importance in softball to prevent injury, which can be all too common if cold muscles are quickly forced into action. Be sure to warm up before and cool down after all activities. Engage in active flexibility training, mixed with speed drills or circuits, as static stretching may actually decrease your performance.
- Balance: Often overlooked, working on your balance will improve coordination, prevent injury and help build core strength. Stability balls and balance boards will force your muscles to react to unstable conditions, and will take any player to the next level.
Of course each position has their own special considerations and you should tailor your plan accordingly, but hopefully we helped you get started. Find us on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest—we are constantly posting new information about the best techniques and softball training tricks! Or visit our website for top of the line training aids, DVDs and more!
April 9th, 2013
For Immediate Release (Nashville) – The National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) League announced today a new partnership with Softball Rampage. The agreement makes Softball Rampage, located in Columbus, OH, the Official Online Retail Partner of National Pro Fastpitch.
Softball Rampage is an online retail outlet that stocks a complete line of softball bats, softball gloves, batting gloves, softball helmets, and other equipment to meet the needs of softball players of all ages. Softball Rampage prides themselves in dealing directly with the customer and shipping orders quickly.
“NPF is always looking for ways to create opportunities for the league, its partners, our teams, and players. This partnership with Softball Rampage allows us to roll all of that into one,” commented NPF Commissioner, Cheri Kempf. ”Since Softball Rampage is a retailer for many of our equipment supplier partners, this is a way to expose our athletes and teams as they relate to the use of particular supplier products. Along the way, we will increase overall awareness of the NPF.”
Softball Rampage, through a dedicated NPF page, will offer select NPF branded and licensed merchandise. In addition, Softball Rampage will have opportunities to sell merchandise on-site in NPF venues and at the Championship Series.
“Softball Rampage is thrilled with the opportunity to partner with National Pro Fastpitch, its teams and athletes,” stated Robert Drumm, Marketing Manager of Softball Rampage. “We are in the business of selling softball equipment and it makes sense that we would want to promote the professional level and the pro athletes. We hope to increase awareness of the NPF and to continue to be an equipment resource for tomorrow’s professionals.”
The NPF’s 10th Anniversary season kicks off on June 5th with the Chicago Bandits hosting the Akron Racers at The Ballpark at Rosemont and on June 9th the USSSA Pride will host opening day competition against the NY/NJ Comets in Kissimmee, FL.
About Softball Rampage
Softball Rampage is a leading online retailer of softball equipment based in Columbus, Ohio. SoftballRampage.com and its sister site, BaseballRampage.com, were founded in 2007 and has quickly grown to one of the largest baseball/softball retailers in the United States. Softball Rampage offers leading brands in sporting goods merchandise. Softball Rampage has dedicated itself to providing low prices, free shipping/returns, award winning service, and the Rampage Bucks Rewards program to help elite and casual softball players get the equipment they need with the most customer friendly policies and pricing in the industry.
About National Pro Fastpitch
National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) is the only professional women’s fastpitch softball league in the United States. Headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., the four-team league was created in 1997 to give female fastpitch players the opportunity to pursue a professional career in their chosen sport. NPF offers family friendly entertainment and showcases the world’s top talent in fastpitch softball, as all active former U.S. Olympians and many decorated college graduates play in the league. NPF is the Official Development Partner of Major League Baseball.
April 1st, 2013
Softball Rampage is pleased to announce we’re now the Official Online Retail Partner of National Pro Fastpitch. Follow along with us as we watch the Akron Racers, Chicago Bandits, NY/NJ Comets, and USSSA Pride battle it out for the Cowles Cup.
Softball Rampage has created an NPF landing page where you’ll find more information about NPF, products recommended by players, trivia, player quotes, and much more. Visit the Softball Rampage National Pro Fastpitch page to see more. We have some exciting things in store so check back often to see updated trivia and ways you can win tickets to games, including the championship, at Softball Rampage.
January 23rd, 2013
An explosion of color is happening at Baseball Rampage. You no longer have to choose from only four core colors or wait three months for a custom order. Baseball Rampage is your home for the equipment you need, in the colors you want. We are offering catcher’s gear, batting helmets, shoes and gloves in up to 20 different colors – find all custom color catcher’s sets online now.
Custom Color Catcher’s Sets:
Easton Force, Easton Force LLWS, and Easton Surge
All Star Pro, Mizuno Samurai G4, and Louisville Slugger PLSET3 Pulse
Custom Color Helmets, Bags, and Gloves:
Worth WLBH Liberty Helmet and Worth CPANEL Panels for CBAGW-B and CBAG-B Bags
For more Custom Color gloves, catchers sets, bags and more visit Baseball Rampage.
November 20th, 2012
Start the shopping season off right during the Baseball Rampage Limited Time Sale. From now until midnight 11/23/2012, save up to 15% on the best baseball gear around. See below or website for details at http://www.baseballrampage.com.
Limited time sale excludes MAP products including Easton, Under Armour, Nike, and others. Rampage Bucks rewards may not be used during this limited time sale. Purchases during the limited time sale are eligible to receive Rampage Bucks Rewards for use on future orders. Sale lasts from 11/20/2012 to 11/23/2012 11:59PM EST.
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November 20th, 2012
For a limited time, you can earn double rewards when you order Wilson and DeMarini products at. That means you get 10% back into your account to use on our huge selection of baseball gear. This offer ends 12/31/2012.
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