Sacrifice Present #7 – Name This Rhode Island Indoor Baseball And Training Facility

First things first, Sacrifice Present #6, courtesy of Axis Bats, goes to Paul Rioles. Paul, along with close to 100 responders (we have a lot of trivia fans apparently!) correctly identified the Ocean State Waves and the Newport Gulls as the Rhode Island Baseball teams that compete in the Pell Bridge Series. Congrats Paul. And now let’s giveaway another Sacrifice Present to one lucky person who can correctly identify this Rhode Island indoor baseball facility…

  • Was founded in 1992. A team of Rhode Island All Star baseball minds, led by former MLB Pitcher Dave Stenhouse and Rhode Island native, opened the doors to a world of baseball indoors for Rhode Island baseball families
  • Located across from TF Green (or whatever it is called now) Airport
  • Features batting cages, bullpen areas, a weight room, and retractable netting for field and team work
  • A literal Who’s Who of Rhode Island baseball past line the walls and hallways of this facility. High School stars, Collegiate players, Professional Baseball players – many of them got their start and worked countless hours on their craft at this location
  • Over the years, is constantly upgrading its facility, its equipment, its services. This is a true sign of a company that is committed to providing a best in quality experience for the baseball player and team attending its facility.
  • Coach David Roy and Coach John Mello always find time for me at this location to sit down and talk about the state of baseball here in Rhode Island, what’s happening for the season in terms of clinics at the facility, and just chat about motivating kids in a positive way for not only lessons on the field, but off the field. Their coaches always take a minute of their time when I arrive at the facility to chat baseball, talk up a player that has improved over the past season, and to promote a player that used to train there that is doing well in college or even the professional ranks.

Think you know the answer? Great, message me by filling out this contact form and check back here tomorrow to find out if you won a Sacrifice Present courtesy of Axis Bats. Find more about this giveaway at the bottom of this article. And good luck!!!

12 Sacrifice Presents for 12 Lucky Winners Giveaway courtesy of Axis Bats Rules and Guidelines:

  1. After winning the daily contest they should go to the Axis bat website and select a bat and the colors. They should include the name they would like engraved on the bat as well as the logo color. All this information is on the website,
  2. Their selections should be from the Pro Elite section of models. Pro Certified, AXCELERATORS, or the WEDGE are not included in this offer,
  3. Once they have the info they can email me, and I will process it the same week.
  4. They should leave their contact info on the order and when finished they will pick up at our shop,  28 Anawan Street, Fall River, Ma 02721

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The RIBBE is The Rhode Island Baseball Experience. It is promoting the game of baseball here in the great state of Rhode Island for the entire baseball world to see. The RIBBE is positive stories, photos, videos, and responsible social media posts. The RIBBE is an information resource for families looking for an AAU team or a summer camp or a great place to buy a first baseman’s mitt. The RIBBE is a network of coaches, tournament directors, parents, leagues, and baseball junkies whose passion of the game of baseball is unquestioned. I believe that providing expert analysis, information and directions to ballfields, and coaching advice from some of the top RI baseball minds will help promote the game of baseball here in RI to a whole new level.

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