The Bowie Baysox 2019 promotional schedule is here! The 2019 season, presented by Money One Federal Credit Union, features 70 entertainment filled home games, with a mix of familiar promotions from past seasons, as well as a few new additions.
The Hershey Bears hockey season is in full swing! As hockey fans, we couldn’t be more excited. Growing up outside of Washington DC, I’ve been a Washington Capitals fan for years. The American Hockey League affiliate of the Capitals is actually the Hershey Bears! We were lucky to attend a game last year, and look forward to attending more games this year!
Volo City, a Baltimore-based social sports organization is rolling out a free summer sports league program for Baltimore City youth! To celebrate these new programs, they are inviting parents, children and members of the community for a FREE outdoor festival on Saturday, June 10 from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM in the Port Covington area of Baltimore City at the fields across from Sagamore Spirit Distillery.
Growing up outside of Washington DC, attending Capitals games with my dad was a regular occurrence! My siblings and I were groomed to be hockey fans, and is still a sport we very much enjoy watching. So when I had the chance to take my son to a Hershey Bears hockey game, I knew this would be the perfect family outing for us… especially since the Bears are the American Hockey League affiliate of the Capitals! The Hershey Bears actually offer a Family 4-Pack which makes this even more the obvious choice for a family night. But you better hurry though! The season ends next month!
Today’s post is sponsored by Ripken Baseball through the Bloggy Moms Network.
Growing up in Maryland, when you hear the name “Ripken“, one word immediately comes to mind… BASEBALL! Cal Ripken, Sr. spent 37 years associated with our hometown team, the Baltimore Orioles. He first played as a catcher, before moving onto manager and company man. Of course any fan of the Orioles, or really any fan of baseball, will recognize the name of his son, Cal Ripken, Jr., a Major League Baseball Hall of Famer. Cal Sr. dedicated his life to teaching the value of hard work and effort to his sons. Together Cal Jr. and his brother Bill played a combined 33 years in the Major League, with Cal Jr. setting the Major League record with 2,632 consecutive games played, and Bill owning a .985 career fielding average. I can definitely say that Cal Sr. taught his boys well!
I knew if I ever was going to send my little baseball fan to a sports camp, I’d of course want him to learn the “Ripken Way” when it comes to playing out on the field, or batting at plate. Ripken Baseball is committed to maintaining baseball at the highest level, while making sure campers still have fan and enjoy the game!