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Sunday, September 28, 2008

Guide To Buying Baseball Bats For Kids by Lanny Hintz

The baseball game has become extremely famous among millions of sports lovers, these days. Hence, the popularity of the sports items related to this game has also increased.Kids are mad about purchasing baseball bats for themselves. It is good to encourage their sport spirit and buy them the required items but purchasing the right baseball is equally important.You must concentrate on purchasing the right kind of stuff for your kid, in order to encourage them and let them practice better.

There are certain points you need to consider when purchasing baseball bats for kids. Here is a simple guide on buying baseball bats for your kid.First and foremost, you need to select a light bat. This makes it easier for your kid to keep control on their swings. The length of the bat also plays an important role. Here is a list of different lengths you must consider for different age group when selecting a baseball bat. Continue Reading this Article.

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Monday, September 15, 2008

Top Ten Reasons Why I Love Baseball

by: Aron Wallad

1 The Ultimate Challenge

Hitting a round ball with a round bat. The feeling I would get when I hit the ball. Just think of a baby that is crying for food. When that baby gets her bottle the first thing you hear is that ahhhhh sound. Oh that ah. When I hit a ball perfectly I would have that ahhhhh.

2 I call it Contentment at a high level.

I played all the time when I was a kid. Some of my favorite memories were from the diamond. When I hit two home runs in one game off the star pitcher form our High School team. I rounded the bases in full view of our High School coach. I was glowing. When I hit a game ending home run off Jay Klein. He thought I could only hit singles. Rounding the bases of redemption was a another special moment for me. When I broke up two no hitters from the star, city league pitcher. I felt like I had made the grade, and that was awesome.

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Sunday, September 7, 2008

Bush hosts 20th and last T-ball game of term

Bush hosts 20th and last T-ball game of term
Yankees great Bernie Williams coaches 1st base; Gen. Pace takes 3rd

WASHINGTON - With only about four months left in office, President Bush hosted his last T-ball game on the South Lawn Sunday, ending a tradition he's carried on for seven years.

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