The size of the glove is very important if you are a short stop. The smaller the glove the faster the ball comes out, and everyone knows that baseball is a game of split seconds! Comfort and confidence is very important when it comes to fileding the ball, but if you can go smaller, the do it! The Wilson A2000 is used regularly by Pros, College, and High School players. Even plenty of Little league kids use this! This is a short stop glove series they can take all the way to the pros! This glove is also the best for a second baseman..
A few of these are pretty good, although it really depends on your build. If you more of the solid, stocky type with wider shoulders and a decent amount of muscle: the white button up in photo 3 is a great choice. I used to be about 5 285 and I had a couple Izod button up (Macy with taller collars that helped frame my face and they looked really nice.
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Colorado Girls Lacrosse Association President Kevin Mortimer said the sport is growing “like crazy” in Colorado, especially on the girl’s side. He coaches the Grandview High School girls lacrosse team in Aurora, which has doubled in size in the last year. He’s even adding a third “C” level development team to help with the overflow, he said..
Everyone is talking about the Nike ad from agency of record Wieden + Kennedy featuring a sombre eyed Tiger Woods accompanied by the disembodied voice of his dead father. But opinion seems divided between those who think Nike made a brilliant marketing maneuver and those who think the 30 second black and white commercial is in incredibly poor taste.On the Twitter sentiment analysis tool Twendz, which looks at the ratio of positive to negative tweets on a topic, Tiger was trending at 50/50. A spot poll on Huffington Post had 53% deeming the ad “awful”, while 47% called it “terrific.” A People magazine poll had 32% finding the ad “moving,” while the bulk of readers, 68%, deemed it “manipulative.”On the Advertising Age web site, reader comments were polarized and passionate: “Kudos to Nike (albeit maybe forced to do so, some might say, with its businesses so tied to Tiger) for not only sticking with him, but putting the topic front and center as a cultural pivot point.