Alabama high school football teams continue to churn out great athletes for the collegiate and NFL levels. The Crimson Tide of Alabama has fostered a football atmosphere that compares with any other in the United States. It’s the dream of many high school football players in Alabama to eventually play for the Crimson Tide program. The history and prestige of that program are unmatched anywhere in the college football ranks. The kids have the desire to be the best and to play for the best. This makes high school football a way Read the rest of this entry »
MLB Draft News On Your Favorite Alabama Natives
The 2013 Major League Baseball Draft is coming up. No doubt you’re anxious to see where Alabama’s top players will end up. Keep checking here to find out which teams picked up you favorite players.
Many eyes will be on Uylesses Fluellen from Smiths Station High School. Fluellen wound up batting .480 with 9 homers, 59 RBIs, 40 runs scored and 18 stolen bases for one of the top teams in the state. Those Major League teams looking for some Read the rest of this entry »
Major League Baseball Players come from all over the United States and the world. The professional baseball league has had a number of big name players from the state of Alabama, including Hank Aaron, Don Sutton, Early Wynn,, Billy Williams, Heinie Manush, Bo Jackson and Willie Mays. Active MLB players from Alabama come from cities such as Dothan, Prattville, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, Hopeful, Auburn, Demopolis, Coffee, Cullman or Florence.
MLB players from Alabama include:
Matt Cain, a pitcher for the San Francisco Giants
Evan Crawford, a pitcher Read the rest of this entry »
Attending baseball games is a favorite activity of many Americans in the summer months, and this pastime has been immortalized in films and television. The vendor selling peanuts, hot dogs, and cold drinks along with fans singing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” are all things that come to mind when we think of baseball games. If you are planning on attending a few college baseball games this summer, there are a few things that you need to be prepared with before the fun can begin.
First, you need to Read the rest of this entry »
The University of Alabama will begin their fall practices on Thursday, September 22, 2011. The Crimson Tide will have 27 days to practice, before their opening game on November 5th against LSU. The Crimson Tide excitedly welcomes back, All American and Golden Glove outfielder, Taylor Dugas. In addition to Dugas the Crimson Tide will have again this season 23 letter-winners. This will be the third year for head coach, Mitch Gaspard, who is really looking for to this year’s season and promises an exciting year for the Crimson Tide. The University of Alabama at Huntsville Read the rest of this entry »
There are numerous ways that you can get information on how to attend a high school baseball game. I am here to give you some brief but useful information on doing that. The first thing that you should do is make sure that is baseball season. Having played baseball during my high school years I know that the season starts in March. It usually last until late May. Second decide which school that you want to see play. You can check your local newspaper to see if they posted the baseball schedule in Read the rest of this entry »
Finding information on your local high school baseball team, and your children who play for the team. Learning the stats, team records, player information, adn the wins and losses, as well as upcoming games, you are going to want to watch the local news stations in your city. This will give you the information and updates you want to find, not only for your child’s school, but for the entire district of teams they play against. You can watch the local news nightly, and it will give you a nightly recap of all Read the rest of this entry »
All types of people with internet in alabama have been burning up the information super highway finding out where the pros see Auburn heading this season. If college football is in your blood and you happen to bleed orange and blue, here are some things to take note of:
Cam Newton Wasn’t a Fluke – For all the naysayers out there wondering if Auburn’s program actually prepared players for an NFL career, take a look at Cam’s performance. There’s no doubt the program is going to suffer this Read the rest of this entry »
This year’s NBA Draft wasn’t as loaded as it could’ve possibly been this year. The reason why? because many potential first rounders decided to come back for another year. Some have come back to better their draft stock, some have come back because they weren’t quite ready to make that great leap to the NBA yet. For the most part, these guys have come back because they feel they can make a monumentous run at an NCAA basketball championship. Jared Sullinger, Harrison Barnes, Read the rest of this entry »
Ah, the excitement is in the air! A typical Friday night high school basketball game. Students crowd the gym as the teams stretch and warm up. To attend a high school basketball game, keep these tips in mind. First, support your team! Don’t forget your T-shirt or sign at home! Next, be sure to have a little cash on you. Often times, high schools charge a small entrance fee to get into the game. However, students are usually Read the rest of this entry »