Check out this article about The Baseball United Foundation‘s upcoming shipment of donated baseball equipment to Kenya. Questions? Comments? Send ’em to me on Twitter.
The cinematography and subtle references to sports vision training are enough to sell me on this new doc about the fastball: Questions? Comments? Send ’em to me on Twitter.
Here’s a video from opening of the new baseball facility in Ashbourne, County Meath, Ireland on August 8, 2015. I produced the video for The Baseball United Foundation, using a local videographer. It looks like the grand opening of the… Continue Reading
The Baseball United Foundation has been working hard to raise the profile of Irish baseball among baseball fans in America. This past week (August 9-13, 2015), we brought 17-year old Irish catcher Paul Carey over for one week at the… Continue Reading
While few major league teams offer extensive vision training, the Nationals are hoping to further incorporate it. Players such as Bryce Harper, Steve Lombardozzi and Brown swear by it. This season, the players will have an extra training room at… Continue Reading
Here’s a short phone interview that I did with Omotosho Samson. Omotosho runs an organization called Baseline Baseball and Softball Club in Nigeria. Omotosho and Baseline teach the game of baseball to kids in schools throughout the country. The Baseball… Continue Reading
While researching the history of baseball in Nigeria, I came across a fascinating paragraph in the February 1962 edition of the US Peace Corps publication,”The Volunteer.” According to this account, the US Peace Corps introduced baseball to Tanzania – then… Continue Reading
The Baseball United Foundation is partnering with Pitch in For Baseball to send donated baseball equipment to kids in Nigeria. If you’d like to help, please make an online donation. We need money to cover the costs of shipping the… Continue Reading
I love this story… It is from the Baseball United Foundation‘s Lunch With Doc Gooden fundraising event: Questions? Comments? Send ’em to me on Twitter.
Well, here’s a fascinating update to my recent post about baseball in Ireland in 1965. Turns out, Albert Spalding brought his world tours to Dublin and Belfast in 1874 and 1889. This info comes from an email I received from… Continue Reading