It’s Fall – The Baseball Season Is Ending and Football Is Starting 03Sep13

The evening air has a slight chill to it and the flowers are finishing up their colorful summer run. It’s time for baseball to wind down and for the football season to start.

Baseball has been played since the middle of the 1800’s, and watching adults in the Major Leagues isn’t a lot more fun than the joy of watching kids in sandlot games and Little League. In alleys and back yards, baseball has been a favorite for years. Sometimes it’s played with a stick and anything that resembles a ball.

When you head to the local park to watch the kids, you’ll enjoy sitting on a baseball themed sports chair. It has five positions for adjustable reclining and an adjustable strap so that you can easily carry it on your shoulder. You might have to get up now and then to fetch an errant fly ball, but otherwise, you’ll be very comfortable. For a sports chair with more options, you may want a folding sports chair with a pocket and side table.

When fall arrives, thoughts turn to football. The NFL has all the hot match-ups, but again, watching kids play flag football can be just as fun. Flag football is safe for youngsters because it’s not physical. They don’t tackle the opposing ball carrier – they pull off the flag attached to his belt or pants. That is flag football’s method of “tackling”, according to Kidzworld Football.

Flag football fields are typically not as long as regulation fields. Where NFL and college football fields are 100 yards in length, flag football fields may only be from 60 to 80 yards long, unless they’re using a high school field for their games. There are lots of flag football leagues across the United States, if you have a child who would enjoy playing on a regular team.

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Sources:

http://www.kidzworld.com/article/915-flag-football


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