This photo is just begging for a clever, travel ball related caption.
What do YOU think it should say?
To enter, submit a caption in the comments of the Travel Ball Parents Facebook post you probably clicked on to get here. (The post will also be pinned to the top of our FB page, so you can find it easily.)
Likes = Votes. Every time someone clicks “like” on your caption comment, it will be counted as a vote.
The person whose caption has the most likes by 10 pm, Eastern on Monday, October, 23rd, will receive a complimentary Ball Cap Liner autographed by MLB All-Star Outfielder and MLB Network Analyst Cliff Floyd.
Have you heard of the Ball Cap Liner?
If you’re looking for the most light weight and comfortable baseball head protection for your pitcher or infielder, the Ball Cap Liner (BCL) is your answer. It’s practically invisible under a baseball cap, but provides the best protection available.
BCL was one of only two protective liners to pass the frontal impact standard test; all other competitors on the market failed and most by a very large margin.
Praise for BCL
“I won’t let my son go out on the field without a BCL! It’s the best sports protection since the football mouth guard” —Todd Stottlemyre
“Before baseball the other night, my son grabbed the Ball Cap Liner. Because it is the beginning of season, he hadn’t had a chance to use it yet. While there, he was hit by a line drive right in the forehead. My husband, not knowing that he had it on, was sure he would be making a trip to the ER for stitches or a concussion test. He ran over, and my son said, “Look Dad, it cracked.” He had taken off the Ball Cap Liner, and sure enough, it was cracked down the centre. My son didn’t even have a mark on his forehead. Nothing! No headache, no bruise. The ball ricocheted off and hit his glasses, which caused a slight black eye, but the Ball Cap Liner saved him from a concussion or his head splitting open. Amazing. We have no doubt he was spared injury by using the BCL. We are so thankful that he had it on that night, and we will be using them in the future.” —Michelle Harrison