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Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Stanton Jun 2, 2011. 1 Reply

Wrapping a Bat

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Sawyer Bowen replied to Sawyer Bowen's discussion Marketing Research Project on Protective Headgear for Pitchers
"I'm sorry for such a late notice on the project. I have the link to the Google document file that has the entire study, which is 45 pages, and also a summary on my online portfolio for anyone who is interested in reading. Thanks again for all…"
Mar 9
Sawyer Bowen joined Dylan Morrow's group

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We designed the A-Screen, the newest, safest, and most portable pitching screen. Our patented design was engineered to ensure the pitcher complete protection during the follow through motion.Superior design, protection and quality over the traditional L-Screen.Join, ask questions, give your input, and be apart of the industry switch from the L-Screen to the new A-Screen.See More
Feb 27
Jose M Hernandez liked Sawyer Bowen's blog post The Value Of Defense
Feb 13
Sawyer Bowen replied to Sawyer Bowen's discussion Marketing Research Project on Protective Headgear for Pitchers
"Great! I just sent you all the information. Thank you for the help sir."
Nov 28, 2014
Richard Landers replied to Sawyer Bowen's discussion Marketing Research Project on Protective Headgear for Pitchers
"OK, all set. My son is a 17yo HS pitcher (junior). Plays varsity as well as on showcase and legion teams. Currently involved in the college recruiting process."
Nov 28, 2014
Richard Landers and Sawyer Bowen are now friends
Nov 28, 2014
Sawyer Bowen replied to Sawyer Bowen's discussion Marketing Research Project on Protective Headgear for Pitchers
"Richard, I just sent you a friend request, and once the friend request is accepted, I will send you all the information sir. Do you happen to have a son who pitches?"
Nov 28, 2014
Richard Landers replied to Sawyer Bowen's discussion Marketing Research Project on Protective Headgear for Pitchers
"Hi Sawyer,  I would be happy to. Send it along to me. Richard"
Nov 28, 2014

Profile Information

6 foot
Type of hitter... Power? Average? Slap? Pull?
Average, I simply hit for basehits. I never try to kill the ball.
I currently:
Play Baseball, Enjoy watching games
Baseball Playing Experience:
Teeball, Little League, USSSA, High School, AAU
Baseball Coaching Experience:
Softball Playing Experience:
Who is your favorite hitter and why?
Chipper Jones because I have always been a Braves fan and a Chipper fan. He seems to always hit the ball well.
More About Me:
Just an average kid who wants to play baseball in college. I play for the 16u USSSA B.C. Copperheads who recently won state in TNE division.

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If I was to win the Stuff Your Baseball Bag Contest

Posted on November 9, 2012 at 7:45pm 0 Comments

If I was to win this event, I would use everything thoroughly. I am in need of a new wood baseball bat, especially as the summer approaches. I actually use my Dinger Bat I won on this site many years ago, and it is such a good bat. I know the quality of Barnstable is just as nice, if not nicer. As a college baseball player now at a small NAIA school, I want to be able to stand out, and having as great new glove and bat would definitely stand me apart. My Crunoz glove I won off the site…


The Value Of Defense

Posted on January 13, 2012 at 3:30pm 2 Comments

Defense is one of the most underrated key aspects of the game. I have never been a huge offensive threat growing up throughout the game, but I always made sure if I struggled offensively to make it up defensively. A diving catch or a routine play always seems to make the difference either for the good or the bad. Every baseball player can recall an incident in which that has occurred. Being a good defensive player can go along…


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At 3:33pm on November 22, 2013, Andy Swenson said…

Thanks for joining our group Sawyer and let me know if this is something that you can show your coaches for your entire team to help get you and your teammates into college with tuition discounts and exposure to coaches in hand!  Email me direct at and I will send along more information on our ACES program to you to present to your coaches.

Have a great weekend!

Andy Swenson

Associate Scout, Cincinnati Reds

Head Coach, College of Western Idaho Club Baseball

At 2:27pm on February 3, 2012, The CheckSwing Clubhouse said…

Congratulations, Sawyer!  You've won a glove from Crunoz Sports!  Someone from Crunoz will get in touch with you.

At 11:28pm on June 20, 2011, Ken Jacobi said…

Hello Sawyer, it is great to hear from you. To answer some of your questions, I came into college as an outfielder but as time went on I slowly got moved to DH. It is a long story, which I go into great detail in the book, but a few guys came into the program and due to some reshuffling I finished my career as a full time DH.


America East baseball was very good. It is tough to recruit players to play in the snowbelt, but for me the level of play was perfect. I actually got seen by Binghamton in my last showcase of the summer, in late August. Have you been communicating with the various coaches? I think the same story is true with coaches, showcases and tournaments; explore as many as possible. You never know which showcase or coach will see you at the right time. The more chances you get at being seen, the better chance you have of something working out.


Though you are a number to them, you can use that to your advantage. You have every right to show high interest in any program that might be a good fit. Keep your options open because you don't know which school will end up being right. I never thought going to school in lonely and cold upstate NY was right for me, but at the end of the day they had the best situation ( academics, scholarship, etc.). 


Best of luck and please do not hesitate to contact me with questions.


At 11:13pm on June 16, 2011, Ken Jacobi said…

Hello!  Glad you joined my baseball network. I think this site is awesome to connect people in the baseball world! Where are you from? If you want to talk college baseball let me know. 




Author of "Going with the Pitch: Adjusting to Baseball, School, and Life as a Division I College Athlete"

At 6:06am on November 21, 2010, MadDogNation said…
Interested in creating a new source of income? I am looking for dealers to re-sell Mad Dog Bats. Please give me a call if interested.

Best regards,

Ken Meeker
Mad Dog Nation
At 1:32pm on November 19, 2010, Kyle Grucci said…
I believe all of the bats are 33"
At 11:31am on March 16, 2010, XProTeX- Niki Davis said…
Hi Sawyer! Thanks for adding us as a friend. I hope you like the products that we have and the ones that are coming out. Feel free t o leave comments and recommend us to friends.
At 6:29pm on February 6, 2010, John MacDougall said…
Hi Sawyer. Keep an eye for my web page to launch in about two weeks. If you play with wood bats you'll want to know about my bats.
At 9:14am on December 18, 2009, Chance Reynolds said…
Thanks for the invite. Have a Merry Christmas, big man. And here's hoping this year is a great one for you on the baseball diamond.
At 9:10pm on December 17, 2009, Jim Hawkins said…
Hey Sawyer,
Thanks for the friend invite. You and your family have a Merry Christmas and a Safe & Happy New Year.

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