Wednesday, 23 January 2013 17:13
TAG Day is coming on May 18th
This is one of our biggest fundraisers. All players and coaches are needed to make this a success and should plan on participating.
We will meet at the pavilion next to the concession stand at 8:30AM rain or shine. Uniform shirts and hats are to be worn. We will be returning to the pavilion at about 1PM. Thanks.
Registration Opens January 1st for the 2013 Season!!!
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Stealing Third, Stealing Home, and Other Baseball Thivery
Stealing third base is generally easier than stealing second. You can take a bigger lead at second than at first without drawing many throws. If your timing is good, you can also take off from second before the pitcher actually releases the ball.
Pitchers generally find it more difficult to pick runners off second than at first; the timing between the pitcher and his fielder must be precise.
Choosing Youth Baseball Bats
First, three words about bats: “Lighter Is Better”
Barry Bonds, who weighed 195 pounds in his day, used a 28 ounce bat! A light bat is easier to control, and, contrary to old-school thinking, you can hit a ball harder and farther with a light bat than with a heavy bat because you can swing a light bat much faster. As acceptance of this fact has grown in recent years, the overwhelming trend in both baseball and softball has been to lighter bats. In case you need convincing, consider that NCAA