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Stadium Padding

Ask These MLB Players What Happens When You Hit a Wall With No Padding

MLB has had its share of major league injuries over the past few years. Many of these injuries occurred as a result of a player colliding with a wall that was not protected. And, as you might expect, these injuries could have been prevented had the organization responsible for the facility placed field wall pads along the wall or fence. If you are considering investing in wall pads for the safety of your male and female athletes, then read these cautionary tales below. They should help you make the right decision for your players.

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It’s Basketball Season: Are Your Players Safe?

Wall pads prevent injuries by absorbing the shock that a player feels when colliding against the hard wall surface. As a coach or athletic facility manager, keeping your basketball players safe during the season is your top priority.

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What Are the Physical Effects of Running Into a Wall?

What do Tim Tebow, John Wall, Venus Williams, Patrick Ewing, Michael Jordan, Martina Navratilova, Joe Montana, Mookie Betts, and Babe Ruth all have in common (other than they play sports)?

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5 Often Overlooked Football Field Maintenance Tips

It’s officially football season. Soon players will don their shoulder pads, cleats and helmets and rush out to roaring crowds.

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Don’t Get Sidelined by Poor Field Maintenance

The stage is the focal point of every theater production, but it’s often what happens in the wings that makes or breaks the performance. 

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5 School Sports Branding Ideas that Turn Campus Visits into Enrolled Students

When you visit a new college campus, you may notice customized banners, collegiate art, statues of college mascots, and stadiums outfitted in university colors and logos.

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PREVENTING CONCUSSIONS: IS YOUR WALL PADDING UP TO THE JOB?

A concussion is a traumatic injury to the brain that can alter the way your brain functions, according to the Mayo Clinic. 

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Is Your Baseball Field Backstop Padding In Compliance With NCAA?

More than 10,500 sports-related concussions (SPC’s) occur each year in the NCAA.A concussion is a traumatic injury to the brain that alters the way your brain functions. 

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TD AMERITRADE Park Omaha New home to the NCAA Men’s College World Series

TD AMERITRADE Park Omaha will be the supreme objective for college baseball players who long for a chance to compete for college baseball’s national championship. 

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What is a G-Max Rating?

When a player hits a wall surface, the impact is absorbed either by the playing surface or the player's body. The harder the surface material is, the greater...

Ask These MLB Players What Happens When You Hit a Wall With No Padding

MLB has had its share of major league injuries over the past few years. Many of these injuries occurred as a result of a player colliding with a wall that...

It’s Basketball Season: Are Your Players Safe?

Wall pads prevent injuries by absorbing the shock that a player feels when colliding against the hard wall surface. As a coach or athletic facility manager...