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Yoga on a baseball field, courtesy of Salutation Nation by elle Posted Mon 12 Sep 2011 3:32pm Hi all!  Hope you had a wonderful weekend.  Mine was super productive, restful and way too short. I decided to lay low on Friday night because I wanted to be in good shape for an early Saturday morning yoga class.  This wasn’t your average yoga class though.  The class was held outside on the Durham Bulls’ baseball field! Th ... Read on »
Baseball Geek Group: Jimm Hendren, Maintaining Your Baseball Field, Warning Track by tyreneweaver Facebook Posted Wed 16 Oct 2013 12:29am The warning track is exactly that – a warning so players don’t run into obstacles and get hurt.   What you’re going to do   Your field needs a warning track.   It should extend around the entire field. The warning track provides player safety and reduces wear of turf in front of the dugouts and around the home plate area.   ... Read on »
Beverly Hills Baseball Field Signs (this is not a joke) by elizabeth Posted Thu 22 Mar 2012 10:00am You see? In Beverly Hills, you have to be admonished not to drink martinis and smoke cigarettes while watching your son play baseball. And let's not even talk about the poor grammar (am I right that "is" should be "are?") Damn. Read on »
Baseball field & back by Lauren M Posted Wed 02 Apr 2014 12:00am April 2, 2014 -  Quick shake out run before the rest of my night got started. Legs felt a little sore from yesterdays workout, but wanted to keep them moving before Sunday’s 5k!  Busy Busy!  1.22 miles —- 12:05 —- 9:52 pace per mile  Read on »
Peanut Free Baseball at Wrigley Field gets lots of press today BUT….. by Kelly R. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Aug 2010 8:00pm It also got a ridiculous amount of crazy, vicious, insulting and disgusting comments from Chicago Sun Times readers. John and I were interviewed yesterday for a nice little piece about the Chicago Cubs hosting a peanut free sky box for the first time Monday August 3oth. A fellow food allergy mama started a face book site solely for the purpose ... Read on »
Baseball Season: Pursuing Your Field of Dreams by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Fri 18 Apr 2014 8:01pm About seven years ago, I had a long talk with my husband. I was a vice president at a major television network and yet, I felt like there was still something out there for me to do. At the time, I was bitten by the blogging bug and had launched a company called Role Mommy where I was producing events for women at the top of their game balan ... Read on »
Keep Youth Baseball Players Safe on the Field by HealthFinder Posted Sun 18 Mar 2012 1:00pm healthnewslink Avoid overuse-related injuries of the elbows and shoulders, expert says. SUNDAY, March 18 (H ... Read on »
Tics and Toxins: Leroy Put Student Playing Fields on FEMA Flood Hazard Land by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Feb 2012 12:00am By Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill LEROY, N.Y., February 2 – School officials who say environmental factors can’t be responsible for the outbreak of tics at the Junior/Senior High School might want to check last year’s record rainfalls – and the flood-prone ground right under their feet. The tics broke out after an unusual pa ... Read on »
5 Things that Might Surprise You about our Baseball Strength and Conditioning Programs by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 23 May 2012 4:48pm We have quite a few baseball coaches, athletic trainers, physical therapists, and strength and conditioning coaches who stop by Cressey Performance to observe our training.  While they are the ones visiting to learn, I actually learn quite a bit about the "norms" in the baseball strength and conditioning field by listening to them tell me about w ... Read on »
BASEBALL...and LIFE... by Dave Elliott Posted Wed 19 Oct 2011 4:40pm It was the first trip to Arlington Stadium for me. I was six years old….my first Big League Game…the Texas Rangers against the New York Yankees. I sat there and watched Reggie Jackson for the Yankees take two pitches yard. The Rangers lost that game…but it was still magical…I was watching Major League Baseball. Growing up in small town West ... Read on »