Robert's Corner

What the heck. . . .

   Is it me or what? I am thinking today of my long weekend coming up. The first thought is great I get to sleep in and I get to relax. Then I start to think, I won't have a game on Saturday or Sunday. What the heck am I gonna do? Hang out with the old lady I guess? These holiday weekends are a mixed blessing I think.
 I have decided to start a wood division in my league. I was wondering if anybody has figured out how much the additional cost of bats is costing players/teams? If someone has an idea, please let me know.


"Every day is a new opportunity. You can build on yesterday's success or put its failures behind and start over again. That's the way life is, with a new game every day, and that's the way baseball is."

"Bob Feller"

League Leaders

Thru 8 games

Wood Divisions

1. Tigers 84
2. Phillies 73
3. Oakland Athletics 65
4. D-Jaxxs 64
4. Isotopes 64

1. Cachorros 22
2. Isotopes 25
3. Huertas 30
3. Dorados 30
5. Oakland Athletics 31

Aluminum Divisions

1. Bulldogs 97
2. Cerveseros 93
3. Sea Dogs 88
4. Tequileros 86
5. Gators 84

1. Sea Dogs 28
2. Avengers 37
3. So Cal Cyclones 42
4. Gators 50
5. San Lorenzo 55

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Axw bats

Bats with Axe like handles

I was reading an article about a Boston player who uses these Axe bats. They claim the Axe handle Composite Bats are designed like the handle of an actual axe. The Axe handle is suppose to provide optimal control and grip of the bat. The handle keeps the hitter on the correct swing plane. Players get better barrel accuracy and a decreased risk of injury. I was so intrigued that I bought one. I am waiting its delivery. Check them out at here

4th of July

Independence day

Its official, we will NOT have any games on July 5.

News and Events

June 29, 2015

Next League meeting

July 8, 2015 @ 7:00 p.m.

Esther Snyder Community Center
Baldwin Park, CA 91706
(626) 813-5245


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1989-2007        1981-2009

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