Blog category about the history of the game of baseball and how the game and equipment has evolved.

Historical Hitter October 24th 1892: Hugh Duffy

By |2021-05-24T12:28:54-06:00October 27th, 2014|HISTORY OF THE GAME|

In the age when the Beaneaters were the toast of Boston and kings of baseball, their leader was once derided as being too small to play ball with the comment, “we already have a batboy.” Yet this diminutive player soon became one of the games titans, and set the highest single season batting average, and ...

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The First Innovation To The Baseball Bat Weight Since The1950’s

By |2021-05-24T12:29:00-06:00August 12th, 2014|HISTORY OF THE GAME|

The First Innovation To The Baseball Bat Weight Since The1950’s BatW8z are the first real innovation to the baseball bat weight shape since the donut from the 1950’s. BatW8z are in "Game Shape" and integral for players visualization of bat-to-ball contact while warming up during a game. BatW8z can be decorated in an array of designs for improved approach and boost of confidence for hitters. http://ow.ly/AeHsi

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