Baseball – A Game for All Players

  I had the great opportunity last week to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.  I recommend it for any baseball fan.  The game of baseball has such a rich history – and the Hall of Fame captures the heritage in a genuine way. While there, we came across this display: IContinue reading “Baseball – A Game for All Players”

Youth Football Participation Goes Up?!?!

Minus the sweet shirt and the high fade, this is how I looked when I read the article from the New York Times citing a survey showing that participation in youth football grew – and grew more than any other U.S. sport! Several of my previous posts have highlighted that player safety concerns might result inContinue reading “Youth Football Participation Goes Up?!?!”

Interesting Explanation for Drop in Youth Sports Participation

I ran across a post recently from Bob Cook.  Cook is a youth sports contributor to Forbes.com (I checked out other posts on his blog and I recommend it).  He writes that there might be another reason behind the statistic that the numbers of children between 6 and 17 participating in youth sports is downContinue reading “Interesting Explanation for Drop in Youth Sports Participation”