Wood and leather brought them together, they like to say. And the inspiration of baseball has kept the Baseballism lifestyle brand moving forward and into the most innovative retail areas in the game. Learn about the brand via my Baseball America feature.
When Tom Brady starts talking science, the actual scientists start shaking their head. I connected with a few of the leading minds in the sports world to see just how silly Brady’s science is. Read about it at Popular Mechanics.
Routine has carved out a name as one of the leading lifestyle brands in baseball. Learn about the company and the designs that spill from the diamond to the life beyond via my Baseball America feature.
Easton baseball has long been known for its science, especially in the world of bats. But they’ve also added quite a bit of art into the mix with a brand-new line of top-level gloves. Learn more via my Baseball America feature.
Chevrolet has partnered with MLB for years and uses the game’s biggest stages, from the All-Star Game to the World Series, to attract attention. My post for Baseball America.
Just how much are the world’s most famous statues really worth. My post for Popular Mechanics shows how one firm took the trouble to find out. Follow the link here.
Wilson has put its baseball gloves on track for constant evolution. Learn about how the brand has moved forward with its latest creations via my Baseball America feature.
Custom sports prescription eyewear maker SportRx takes the shine off sunshine with prescription sunglasses. Learn more about the company and how professional pitcher Joe Kelly likes his eyewear via my Baseball America feature.
The MLB Prime Custom offering from Louisville Slugger gives consumers the chance to get creative with wood bats and find the same options as the pros use. My feature for Baseball America.
Marucci introduced a surprise in its 2018 line of BBCOR bats, offering up a wood lookalike for something different. Learn about the entire line via my Baseball America post.