Pitching Machine Baseballs
Velsen Noord - It's just not a tradition, but it is on its way to that status. For the third consecutive year hold baseball and softball association Rooswijk Oliebollen namely its indoor tournament. With the tournament in Beverwijk Kinheim hall on Wednesday, December 29 close association Rooswijk from Velsen-Noord the jubilee year 2010 in an appropriate manner. Rooswijk was very successful last season with a weekend full of activities celebrates the fact that the club already exists 65 years. Join the competition at the Dutch baseball site, and win one of five copies of the book The American Dream sports, which include professional baseball player Rick van den Hurk was followed a year. Baseball and Softball Club Rooswijk from Velsen-Noord in 2010 will drop to meet with different teams. Therefore start the club members this week with preparations for the new season. Through ten room, the baseball and softball training prepared for the exhibition games. Then half the season really starts in April. This year all teams train on Tuesday night in the gym in the Broekpolder. The youth bites on Tuesday, January 19 to 18 hours and then get the ball rolling seniors in action. It is always possible to free a few times to train with to see if the sport is something for you or your child. If it is going to be trained outside the training session Tuesday or Wednesday. Rooswijk writes nine teams, including four youth teams in the league. 2010 is a remarkable year for Rooswijk anyway. The oldest baseball and softball association of the Netherlands to the North Sea there is 65 years. A good age for the club. As part of the anniversary, a special weekend in the summer are devoted to numerous activities with a so-called Back in Time Tournament. Former members of Rooswijk can join the club to again take action during a recreational softball tournament. But there is also a lot by the club invested in a new pitching machine allows even more can be trained. Under the guidance of experienced coaches, the players prepared for the 2009 season. A new adventure, especially for the younger youth members of the association in Velsen-Noord. The peanuts (up to 10 years) go for the first time in years in competition, while the pupils (10-12 years) two classes go up. To a class instead of a soft ball is played. The juniors (16-21 years) remain in the same class play in 2008. For all youth teams there is still room for new members. Interested parties may always be a time free training sessions. . . .