One of the time-honored truths of baseball is that, unlike other sports, it empowers the weak and humbles the strong. In that regard baseball is an equal opportunity sport: players of every size, shape and physical stature may achieve the same levels of success, provided they work hard enough to attain it.
Easton Nichols is a work in progress. When you ask the 5’3” 118 lb. P-1B-OF to name his favorite professional players and explain why they are his favorites, he will tell you that they all “went through a tough time when they were in the dumps and now they are greats!” Among them he includes Yasiel… Continue reading
Few can match Connor Eise’s determination. Whether playing centerfield or 3rd base, his passion for the game inspires his teammates as it does all who watch him play. Standing at 5’4” and 125 lbs., Connor commands a field presence at the 12u level.
It figures that Connor names David Ortiz and Bo… Continue reading
The Boston Red Sox made more noise in the offseason when they signed the switch-hitting Cuban powerhouse, Yoan Moncada two weeks ago. Boston just continues to retool their team after finishing last in the AL East in 2014. The 19-year-old Cuban outfielder will have the largest signing bonus in MLB history pending his physical exams. Moncada… Continue reading