Monday, February 20, 2012

Spring means baseball...

...time to go batty at Dick's Sporting Goods!

17 comments:

Olivier said...

combien de home run sont dans ces battes ;))

David Thomas said...

I have watched a few baseball games in Florida. Little League under the lights on those warm summer nights. There's a nice feeling that goes with the sounds of the bat hitting the ball and kids calling out. Very nice.

Memphis MOJO said...

Now those are some colorful bats!

Jack said...

They sure look different from the plain hickory Louisville Slugger bats we used when I was a kid.

Randy said...

I love going to Spring Training games!

cieldequimper said...

I don't need these to be batty.

llandudnopictures said...

Choices, choices!

Bibi said...

What an array. I agree with Jack; not such color back then, but I loved to hear the 'crack' of a hit. Not sure the new ones sound that way...

Chrissy Brand said...

Wonderfully colourful- I know nothing about baseball but if it signifies Spring then that's good enough for me!

Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave

Jim Klenke said...

whoo hoo, I am ready. There are new restrictions on the bats this year for youth leagues in Texas. They all have to be replaced with safer types. Cost $200 each.

Jarart said...

Bats sure don't look like they did when I was a kid!

Small City Scenes said...

Very colorful. My two young grandboys are in sports==one is playing Basketball and the other is Wrestling. For some reason they never got into Baseball. Dunno?? MB

RedPat said...

I've been reading all the baseball columns in the newspaper - can hardly wait for opening day!

Birdman said...

Go Sox!

Halcyon said...

Is it that season again?

Karl said...

A very nice selection.

EG Wow said...

So colourful! Does that one bat cost $139.00? I didn't know they were so expensive.

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