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Tag Archives: baseball
What is the significance of the name Larry Starr in the history of MLB? We’ll update this post with the answer tonight. Answer: Larry Starr was the first certified athletic trainer in Major League Baseball (in 1971). We had the … Continue reading
Shout out to Indiana Baseball for making their first College World Series! (Just for reference, the Big Ten hasn’t sent a representative to Omaha since 1984.) We thought we’d make the Hoosiers the theme of this week’s Monday Motivation. This … Continue reading
Why strive for great when you can be phenomenal?
Okay, so the minimum bid is $700 which is a bit steep for the average American BUT it’s for up to four kids (ages 10-18). AND it also includes eight tickets and pre-game field passes to that evening’s Rays game … Continue reading
Happy Memorial Day. We enjoyed these two images from Sports Dad Hub so much we had to share! How did you celebrate Memorial Day Weekend this year?
Today’s Exercise of the Week is one you’re likely very familiar with if you’re a baseball pitcher. This exercise will help strengthen your rotator cuff. For this exercise, your ExcelCord anchoring point should be at waist height. Start facing the … Continue reading
ExcelCord inventor Matt Zoltak is featured in the most recent issue of Personal Player Development Magazine! Read the article here: http://ppdmag.com/matt-zoltak-from-athlete-to-entrepreneur/ and if you like what you see, like them on Facebook and/or follow them on Twitter!