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One mom’s story about her son being hit by a line drive to the head. We received this story from a prospective customer and asked if we could share her and her son’s story to help educate others so they can also use the necessary protection available to possibly prevent this from ever happening. On July 30, 2016 my 12-year-old son was on the mound pitching only 45 feet away from a batter.  A line drive from the batter in the box came back so hard and fast at my son and hit him 2″ above his right ear.  He...

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Think about it: No other sport has button-front shirts. Why bother with all those buttons? Because baseball already tried pullovers in the 1970s and ’80s and they looked like crap, that's why. A baseball jersey should have buttons, period.

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Nearly half of sports-related facial fractures among children occur in baseball and softball, says a new study in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, many of which could be prevented if players wore face shields while fielding.

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Burleson, Texas, April 29 2016  — April 9th is a day the Benge family will never forget. It was on that Saturday at the Ford Fields in Beaumont, TX that Connor Benge was pitching for the OTW Edge, a 12 and under competitive baseball team. During that game, a batter hit a line drive right off of Connor’s head fracturing his skull and causing him to be life-flighted to Texas Children’s Hospital. “Before you could blink an eye, it was over” said J.R. Benge, Connor’s dad. Parents immediately began to search for a solution. “I do think there needs to be...

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