The Rhode Island Baseball Experience Final Swings – The Tee Ball Program

Advertisements Most baseball players will tell you that they started their baseball career in a Tee Ball program. It is true that some skip the Tee Ball days and go right to hitting live off a coach or even further, off another Little Leaguer. The Tee Ball Program is designed to be fun, engaging, instructional, …

12 Sacrifice Presents For 12 Lucky Rhode Island Baseball Trivia Winners In December Courtesy of Axis Bats

Advertisements Yesterday morning, I took the drive out to the Axis Bat Headquarters and Factory on Anawan Street in Fall River. Owner Lou Ledoux greeted me with a big hello as we was finishing up a project in the factory and we sat down for a bit to catch up and discuss the Sacrifice Present …

The Rhode Island Baseball Experience Final Swings – The Genesis

Advertisements The Rhode Island Baseball Experience got its start way, way back on the fields of Hamilton Elementary School in Wickford, RI in the mid 1970s. A young 5 to 6-ish boy with a glove and St. Bernard’s Saints hat ran out onto the open fields of Hamilton Elementary and played baseball in the Tee …

The Rhode Island Baseball Experience To Take Its Final Swings This December

Advertisements First off, I hope everyone in the Rhode Island Baseball Community had a safe and healthy Thanksgiving holiday weekend. It’s also so great to get in front of family, connect with old/recent high school friends, and just soak in all the good times that this holiday typically brings. Thanksgiving always reminds you of what …

Red Sox Winter Weekend Back For 2023 In Springfield, MA

Advertisements True baseball fans don’t care what place their favorite team finishes, right? I mean last place, first place, third place – no matter what place your favorite team ends up, you still buy the hats, the sweatshirts, the pennants, and all the great souvenirs at local retail stores, right? Take me for example, my …

The Clown House, A Mailbox Baseball Story – Chapter 2, The Mailbox Baseball Dilemma

Advertisements Big Fanny and Cassandra Hall had arrived in Hertford a day or two prior to the moving company arriving to close on the home and decided to settle in at a local Hertford Bed and Breakfast and unwind.  Faneuil was eager to learn more about the area, the town, the small shops, the diners, …

The Sacrifice Present – Connecting Those That Have With Those That Need

Advertisements In just about every level of baseball, the word “sacrifice” is used to describe a play or a commitment a player exercises so another teammate(s)’s situation improves in the game. There is the sacrifice bunt, where a player gives up his/her at bat to advance a runner on the base paths by laying down …

Winter Clinics, Brew Tour, Post-Turkey Day Workouts, And More Baseball News

Advertisements Happy Saturday morning to everyone in the Rhode Island Baseball Community. I have a few local Rhode Island baseball events happening soon to share with you that stretch from URI to Tiverton to North Smithfield. And an overdue shout out to a Rhode Island fall baseball league champion from Warwick North. Have a day …

A Baseball Journey Back To The Mound, Featuring North Kingstown’s Henry Hersum

Advertisements A few months have passed since I had an update to share with you regarding a very talented right handed Pitcher from North Kingstown and Rhode Island’s Prout School – Henry Hersum. Henry found out in his Spring Collegiate baseball season with Virginia’s Old Dominion University that he had sustained a UCL (Ulnar Collateral …

The Clown House – A Mailbox Baseball Story, Chapter 1: The Halls Move to Hertford

Advertisements Faneuil Hall always considered himself a bit of an eccentric personality.  Faneuil was named after the famous landmark by his mother, Roberta, who was discovered performing a one person act play called “Tickets, Please” on the cobblestones of Boston by famed Hollywood movie promoter Harry Shaw.  Roberta went on to star in feature films …

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