The Worth 2Legit is back at HomerunMonkey.com and better than before! After running into some issues with the 2015 2Legit model, Worth revisited the composition of the bat and made some improvements for the 2016 model. They are so confident about these improvements, that they are including a risk-free, 30 day performance guarantee. Not happy with how the bat performs? Return it to the retailer for a full refund of the purchase price of the bat.
So what’s new? The Endcap
After hearing feedback on the 2015 2Legit’s endcap coming loose and/or popping off, Worth has released the 2016 2Legit with a reinforced 360o More >
As Spring Training comes down to its last week, the major leaguers are making sure they are primed and ready-to-go for the upcoming 2015 season. After the long hours of training and practice, the season is so close to Opening Day and the players have been working hard in the offseason to make sure they are ready once that first pitch is thrown.
A large part of training to be ready for the big day, is making sure they are well equipped with the right gear for the best performance possible. This includes training shoes, performance undergarments, shorts and of course More >
OK DeMarini faithful, you can let out that breath you’ve been holding while waiting for the new CF8 to arrive. The wait is over, and the 2016 CF line of bats from DeMarini are available at HomerunMonkey.com! DeMarini has revamped the technology used in these bats and has even added a brand new bat to the popular line.
What They’ve Improved…
For those that were fans of the CF7, there are some features that have been improved on and carried over from the 2015 bats. In all CF8s, DeMarini continues to use their Paradox Plus+ composite – which they have strengthened from More >
For St. Patrick’s Day, 2015, we teamed up with Wilson in creating the latest addition to our HomerunMonkey Custom Gloves. In the spirit of St. Paddy’s day, the newest glove will carry a special, Irish theme!
The glove is a Wilson A2000 DP15GM, Dustin Pedroia game model. It features all of the same specifications you would expect from the 11.5″ DP15, most notably Wilson’s “Pedroia Fit” which includes: longer laces, a low profile heel (for a better feel), shorter finger stalls and a smaller hand opening for those that prefer a more snug fit or have smaller hands. The only difference between More >
The Star-Spangled Banner, our nation’s anthem, is proudly sung before each MLB baseball game – some performances more memorable than others of course. However, when looking at all of the performances throughout baseball history, it is easy to forget that our national anthem was written 200 years ago! The history of the Star-Spangled Banner in baseball is set apart from other professional sports – which may seem fitting since baseball is considered America’s pastime. What better song to represent a sport so rich in tradition than our own national anthem? Here’s a quick look at the history and fun facts More >
As baseball and fastpitch softball have evolved as sports, the equipment each player uses has evolved as well. The gloves and mitts that are used on the field are more position-specific, helping the player field or catch the ball to the best of his/her ability. However, those that are new to a position may not understand the importance of the design of the glove and just what the big differences are between each one. This goes especially for the fielders that are considering catching for the first time. If you are new to being behind the dish, here are 3 More >
As a coach, you should be interested in fun baseball drills for your team during practice. It is important, especially at a young age, to have your players go through repetitive drills to develop good mechanics and skills. But, keeping your players interested and having fun at the same time is also important. Below are fun and informative little league baseball drills that a player will learn and carry on with him throughout his playing career.
Over the years, this drill has become a classic and has come to have several variations of play. One way to play is to line More >
For those that are new to the world of Slowpitch Softball, choosing a bat may be pretty overwhelming. The length and weight ratios are different than in Baseball and Fastpitch Softball, not to mention which bats are legal in different leagues and tournaments vary. So, before making such a crucial purchase, it’s important to know the ins-and-outs for what your needs are as a player, as well as the leagues and/or tournaments you will be playing in. Hopefully, this guide can provide a little insight and make the buying process for slow pitch softball bats less complicated and confusing.
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At one point or another in every athlete’s career, he or she will be cursed with the infamous “yips” for a certain period of time. For those that are unfamiliar with the yips, the term was first introduced to describe golfers that missed short and easy putts due to high-pressure situations. Since then, the yips can be used to describe athletes of any sport that can’t complete routine actions or plays that the player used to be able to do without a problem. Some of the worst cases are seen in professional baseball and softball players.
Perhaps the More >
The consensus between doctors, coaches and parents for youth baseball pitchers is to avoid throwing the curveball – so much to the point where Little League baseball has even considered banning breaking pitches during games. The thought behind the controversial pitch is that it is too strenuous on the young arm; that these youth players cannot handle the torque and load on their elbows and shoulders without suffering injury. Sometimes serious enough to lead to the infamous “Tommy John” surgery – which replaces the Ulnar Collateral Ligament (UCL) located on the pinky-side of the elbow.
However, more recent research has More >