Baseball and Softball Continue to be Sports Enjoyed by Many

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    The middle of winter is not the favorite time of the year for many baseball and softball players. Stuck inside because of cold weather in many parts of the country, even the best hitters find themselves stuck inside at indoor batting cages until the weather warms up. If you are a player who is fortunate enough to live in the south, however, you might actually be getting a little bit of outdoor practice. And if you are looking for a way to boost your confidence at the batting cages or the first time outside in awhile you might be considering shaved softball bats, rolled baseball bats or other confidence boosting equipment.
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    Olympic Gymnast Aly Raisman Shines Light On Horrific Problem Within Athletics

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    Aly Raisman was on top of the world during the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She was part of the Final Five that won the Women’s Team All-Around gold medal, the third team Olympic gold medal for the United States. Raisman, alongside Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas, Madison Kocian, and Laurie Hernandez have been balancing celebrating and training over the last year and a half, but Raisman has been battling something much worse.


    In an interview with “60 Minutes,” in addition to a book, “Fierce,” which will be released later in November, Raisman announced that she too had been sexually abused by the same team doctor who is facing other criminal charges for molesting countless young gymnasts.


    “I am angry,” she said. “I’m really upset because I care a lot, when I see these young girls Continue Reading

    New to the World of Drone Ownership? These 5 Tips Can Help

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    Drones are becoming more and more popular in the United States. By 2020, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) estimates that there will be at least seven million of them around the country. In 2015, almost 400,000 drones were given as gifts for the holidays. The industry has grown to more than $3.3 billion. If you have received one, you may be new to drone flying. There are some things you should know and do to make the drone flying experience better.

    1. Check with the FAA. If your drone weighs more than .55 ounces, before you head out for some fun drone flying, you will need to register your device with the government agency. In 2015, the FAA developed a system called the “Unmanned Aircraft Registration System.” It is pretty easy to finish your registration. You only need to register once, if Continue Reading