If you’ve ever filmed yourself during batting practice or swung a bat in front of the mirror to examine your swing and try to improve it (it’s okay to admit it, we’ve all done it), then prepare to feel as primitive as starting fire by rubbing two sticks together because the Zepp Baseball Swing Analyzer just brought hitting instruction into the future.
Buying a batting helmet might not be the most glorious additional to your collection of baseball equipment, especially compared to purchasing a new baseball bat or mitt, but it is a very important piece of equipment because it keeps you (or your son or daughter) safe from head injuries when they step into the batter’s box.
Nike and their swoosh logo is one of the most recognized athletic brands in the word.
While it is typical to think of Nike in terms of their sneakers, especially the illustrious Jordan’s, the activewear apparel company also makes a fair amount of sporting equipment, including catcher’s gear for baseball.
The symbol of a Louisville Slugger is as synonymous with baseball as any other object or even person.
The company has been around for over a century; they have been in the game of making baseball bats since the late 1800’s. No one has been doing it as good as Louisville Slugger for as long as they have.
Thus, there is no one with the same level of experience and age old know-how.
Hitters have to rely on their bat, just like their team relies on them to get on base and come through in the clutch.
That’s why choosing and buying a new baseball bat can be a long and often strenuous process. It can become a lot more strenuous when you are working on a budget.