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Navigating the world of baseballs for 10-year-olds can be a bit like trying to hit a curveball—it’s tricky if you’re not prepared. If you find yourself swamped with options and feeling a bit confused, don’t sweat it. I’ve played with, coached with, and even stepped on just about every type of baseball out there. I …

Read More about 10U Baseballs – Guide to Best Brands and Types

In the past, we’ve put together in-depth guides on Diamond, Rawlings, and Wilson baseballs, giving you the lowdown on what’s what. Now, I get a lot of questions about the differences between the Rawlings 10U and Rawlings CROLB baseballs. If you’ve read my piece on Comparing the Rawlings 8U, 10U, and 12U baseballs, you’ll remember …

Read More about Difference Between Rawlings 10U and CROLB Baseballs

When unraveling a baseball, what you’re likely observing are indeed both in the form of long strings, but they serve different purposes and come from different stages in the baseball’s construction. Wool (as a material within baseballs), when referring to wool in the context of baseballs, it usually pertains to wool yarn or wool fibers …

Read More about Windings Inside a Baseball

I have seen my fair share of baseballs, from the ones we used back in T-ball to those high-flying college league and MLB balls. But have you ever stopped to think about what makes each of these balls tick? Well, it all starts with the core (a.k.a. pill). So, why am I zeroing in on …

Read More about Types of Baseball Cores – From Rubber to Cork Pills