The Long Island Ducks made a statement, regarding play in 2020 and have devised a plan for the rest of the season. It appears Long Island fans will see baseball this year, yet not in the typical sense of a normal schedule. For more information, click the link below.
For those interested in baseball and The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, here is an update at where the league stand and what is in store for the rest of the 2020 season. It might not be what fans expected or wanted, yet it will certainly be interesting. Click the link below.
With the unsure start of the baseball season, some might wonder about trading cards in 2020. I am kidding of course. No one can possibly predict what will happen, even though it seems a bit gloomy. I was feeling a little creative. I came up with these cards.
The first round of voting is now officially complete in the Ducks Memorable Moment Madness bracket challenge. Fans have done a terrific job of casting their ballot every weekday on Facebook and Twitter on which moment they feel should advance to the next round. This past week was focused on notable games that have taken […]
I made some use of my time to take my mind off of this recent pandemic and the stress that goes with it. Aside from other useful time situations (chores and other life things), I organized some of my collectables.
Hello everyone, I wanted to make this post, being curious as to what people are doing during this recent pandemic. Most folks are pretty much staying home, working from home or heading out to work if that is the case.
This post is basically to see what hobbies or other interests people are involved with. Its understandable about folks being stressed or more stressed then usual. Recently, I have been (other then normal life activities) taking walks, reading and enjoying adding to my baseball collection/memorabilia, creating art.
During the course of about a month or two, I acquired some Long Island Ducks [members of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, Liberty Division 2019 Atlantic League Champions] memorabilia and a Brooklyn Cyclones item [NY-Penn League A-Short Season – McNamara Division affiliated with the New York Mets, 2019 NY-Penn League Champions]. Its a fun activity to be involved with.
The recent collectables are: Wally Backman Las Vegas Bobblehead SGA One Brooklyn Cyclones promotional baseball bat Two Long Island Ducks promotional giveaway lunch boxes Two promotional baseballs with Long Island Ducks logos on them Two baseball bats [one with no logos/markings about 30 inches and one 24 inch] Four imitation baseball batting helmets (served with soft ice cream at the games, LOL no there was no ice cream in the helmets I received) One 2015 Justin Davies Bobblehead [Long Island Ducks promotional giveaway] One 2005 Buddy Harrelson Bobblehead [Long Island Ducks promotional giveaway] One 2019 “The Face of Steeple Chase” Bobblehead [a Brooklyn Cyclones giveaway/promotional item. Look it up, there is an interesting amount of history about Coney Island, NY] A beverage cup from the very first season of The Long Island Ducks [inaugural season 2000] with logos-season schedule on it Two authentic Beaver Baseball bats from The Beaver Bat company [that was a wonderful purchase, my friend and I were able to tour the small shop and see where the bats were made and how they were made] Six Ellie Rodriguez baseball cards [former major league catcher, recently signed manager of The Road Warriors, a team in The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball] One Joe Pepitone autographed baseball card
I am invite you to partake in this discussion. I would love to here what people are doing during this pandemic. I look forward to hearing from everyone.
I wish everyone well and I hope they do well during this crisis.