College Baseball Daily continues our series of posts in reviewing baseball equipment. Our latest chance was to take a look at the new Easton Power Brigade S2. My close personal friend Victoria Loucks was able to have her son and his team mates use the bat at a recent fall practice. Jack Elstner and Brady O’Neil of the PAL Astros 14U team provided the comments for this review: Continue reading Easton Power Brigade S2 Review
I recently had a chance to review the Pocket Radar before it went to the market a few weeks back. I took it to six games over two different weekends at Boston College baseball games with them facing off against both Florida State and Georgia Tech.
I sat in the first row behind the plate which is about 20 feet behind the catcher and received so-so results with it picking up the velocity of the pitcher about 50 percent of the time. I thought that I would have picked up more pitchers with this so I was disappointed.
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The Reebok Brushback Hex Metal is the new top of the line baseball cleat from Reebok, just in time for the 2009 season. If it looks familiar, it might be because MLB stars such as Justin Morneau and Tim Lincecum have been wearing the shoes since the start of spring training. Continue reading Reebok Brushback Hex Metal
The College Baseball Blog is committed to our readers by evaluating the latest Baseball technology. This continued last week as I was invited by Reebok to head down to their headquarters on Thursday to see the new Vector O-Bat that will be coming out in the beginning of November. This event was by invitation only for certain media across the country and the people at Reebok were nice enough to include us in the event. Continue reading Testing Reebok’s New Vector O Bat