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Jan 14, 2013. While it's true that I didn't get to the gates before they opened, didn't really ask players at all for baseballs, and didn't read Zack's blog, I was kind of feeling, “You know, this whole do-it-yourself snagging thing really isn't working, so I should learn directly from the expert himself.” So, that next year I saved up.

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Had about enough of this David Letterman-having-sex-with-his-staff story? Yeah, I know. But it’s not going to die down (update: here’s Reuters on Letterman’s mea culpa to his Monday-night audience), on the news or on the talk-show.

“Camden Yards is the absolute best for getting baseballs,” said Zack Hample, ballhawk (with more than 5,000 to his name) and author of “The Baseball.” Hample offers young ballhawks a tip: Look at the starting pitchers’ stats and use.

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Jul 11, 2017. Well-known ballhawk Zack Hample (center) signs autographs for fans before the 2017 MLB Home Run Derby on July 10, 2017. (Adam. “I caught Giancarlo's second career home run in Puerto Rico,” Hample said. Aaron Judge wins 2017 Home Run Derby: Live blog from inside Marlins Park · Next.

220 average (122 for 555) with RISP. The Yankees said that executives Randy Levine and Lonn Trost met with Zack Hample, the fan who caught the home run ball hit by Alex Rodriguez for hit No. 3,000 Friday night and thus far has.

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They didn’t this time. A few months after the homer, Zack Hample wrote about the mystery of 762’s owner: So why wasn’t Bonds’ 762nd home run ball marked? MLB declined to comment, but according to various reports, it stopped marking.

Author Zack Hample ’95 visited Friends and spoke with students in the Meetinghouse about his unique baseball collection. He also discussed his new book and read excerpts. Joined by several well-established architects, Charles.

They didn’t this time. A few months after the homer, Zack Hample wrote about the mystery of 762’s owner: So why wasn’t Bonds’ 762nd home run ball marked? MLB declined to comment, but according to various reports, it stopped marking.

Retrieving the souvenir ball might be harder for Rodriguez than hitting it. Zack Hample, a 37-year-old who describes himself as a professional home run ball catcher, wound up with the prized keepsake. Hample originally told the.

Jul 12, 2013. Editor's note: Zack Hample, author of three baseball books, has snagged 6,772 balls at 50 different major league stadiums in his career, and writes a blog about his favorite hobby called “The Baseball Collector.” With the All-Star Game at Citi Field, Hample is giving Daily News readers some tips on how to.

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NBC Sports reported that Zach Hample caught the historic hit at Yankee Stadium on Friday, prompting him to tweet an image of his catch. Hample claims to have caught more than 8,000 baseballs at stadiums across the country and has.

Jun 21, 2011. A gorgeous no-sleeves-needed evening in Boston for Padres-Red Sox. It was the Padres' second series at Fenway. I went to a game at the first one, a rainy night in June 2004. (I described it here in the early days of this blog–funny how I talk about "if my pictures come out." It was also a rare game that I.

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NBC Sports reported that Zach Hample caught the historic hit at Yankee Stadium on Friday, prompting him to tweet an image of his catch. Hample claims to have caught more than 8,000 baseballs at stadiums across the country and has.

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Mar 8, 2017. Zack Hample and the Fine Art of Ballhawking. “I've snagged exactly 90 balls at this stadium over the years. So, I'm hoping to get at least 10 today and reach triple digits. At some point in my life I'd love to get 100 balls at every stadium and if I do it today, this will be the 14th stadium at which I've gotten 100.

Apr 19, 2013. On his blog, ZackHample.com, he advises others that the best way to get a ball tossed to you is from a visiting player, so you might as well wear that team's colors. TROWBACK FOR HUGHES Even though Phil Hughes didn't figure in the final decision, he and Joe Girardi seemed pleased as the struggling.

Apr 15, 2008. If the walls are high, your chances might better if you go a little further back to catch a pop up foul. A great resource to research stadiums for optimum foul ball catching is Snagging Baseballs. Zack Hample has caught over 3,000 game balls at every major league stadium. In his blog, he discusses each trip to.

Apr 22, 2008  · 5 Responses to “To error is human, to make a fielder’s choice can be divine” Dave Baker Says: May 9, 2008 at 8:56 pm | Reply. Even official scorers.

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I seriously have never seen a human being look better with a nose ring than without one. She's obviously beautiful though. zackhample • 1 point • submitted 8 hours ago. YES. Totally agree. If you have an unfortunate nose, why draw attention to it? And if you have a perfect nose, why tamper with it? It's a no-win situation.

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Zack Hample has snagged 10,163 baseballs at 53 different major league stadiums since 1990. Find out how and see what else he’s been up to.

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Apr 7, 2007. For devout baseball fans who are trying to draw their reluctant friends and family into the game, Zack Hample offers help. His new book is called Watching Baseball Smarter: A Professional Fan's Guide for Beginners, Semi-experts, and Deeply Serious Geeks.

Jul 4, 2016. Zack Hample (@zack_hample) July 3, 2016. The attendance for Sunday night's historic game between the Atlanta Braves and Miami Marlins at Fort Bragg, NC, was listed at 12,582, with stipulations that tickets on the active military base be limited to Department of Defense employees and their family.

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Aug 30, 2017. NEW YORK, NY – JULY 03: Sports writer and baseball collector Zack Hample poses for a photo with Alex Rodriguez #13 of the New York Yankees after giving Rodriguez the ball from his 3,000th hit at Yankee Stadium on July 3, 2015 in the Bronx borough of New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty.

Your browser does not support iframes. Happy Father’s Day to all you dads today. A lot of us can’t tell our dads we love them today, so if you have a chance to do it, make sure you do. Here’s the open thread for the night. The Dodgers and.

220 average (122 for 555) with RISP. The Yankees said that executives Randy Levine and Lonn Trost met with Zack Hample, the fan who caught the home run ball hit by Alex Rodriguez for hit No. 3,000 Friday night and thus far has.

S: Mike Fetchet 23 pass from Brett Brumbaugh (Brian Coyne kick) S: Conner Beck 4 pass from Brumbaugh (Coyne kick) S: Zach Challingsworth 46 pass from Brumbaugh (Coyne kick) S: Challingsworth 66 pass from Brumbaugh (Coyne kick)

Retrieving the souvenir ball might be harder for Rodriguez than hitting it. Zack Hample, a 37-year-old who describes himself as a professional home run ball catcher, wound up with the prized keepsake. Hample originally told the.

Oct 3, 2016. With a collection of home run balls numbering over 9000, there's a lot Zack Hample can teach to help you get ahead on the job search.

Jan 29, 2015  · Zack Hample has snagged 10,163 baseballs at 53 different major league stadiums since 1990. Find out how and see what else he’s been up to.

Author Zack Hample ’95 visited Friends and spoke with students in the Meetinghouse about his unique baseball collection. He also discussed his new book and read excerpts. Joined by several well-established architects, Charles.

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Jul 11, 2015. I have a very cool interview for you today with none other than the man who caught Alex Rodriguez's 3,000th hit ball (a home run) and who has also snagged another 8,211 balls at baseball stadiums all over the world, namely Zack Hample. Here's a list by year of how many balls he's caught broken down.

Oct 3, 2007. Matt Murphy, the lucky fan who corralled Barry Bonds' record-breaking 756th home run on Aug. 7, should be grateful that Zack Hample wasn't at the game. Hample, 30, is an expert in the art of procuring balls, whether snagging them […]

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“Camden Yards is the absolute best for getting baseballs,” said Zack Hample, ballhawk (with more than 5,000 to his name) and author of “The Baseball.” Hample offers young ballhawks a tip: Look at the starting pitchers’ stats and use.

S: Mike Fetchet 23 pass from Brett Brumbaugh (Brian Coyne kick) S: Conner Beck 4 pass from Brumbaugh (Coyne kick) S: Zach Challingsworth 46 pass from Brumbaugh (Coyne kick) S: Challingsworth 66 pass from Brumbaugh (Coyne kick)

Aug 4, 2017. He cites a fellow ballhawk named Zack Hample as his inspiration, a man who runs a popular blog online called The Baseball Collector, where it states that he has snagged more than 9,800 MLB balls since 1990. “I found Hample's blog and spent the entire day reading it and was hooked,” Ferris said.

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Jul 25, 2011. Zack Hample, the New York-based writer and collector who caught Trout's first home run ball Sunday in Baltimore, said another fan offered him $500 for the memento on the spot. On his blog the Baseball Collector, Hample claims to have caught 5,270 baseballs at 48 major league ballparks since 1990.

Had about enough of this David Letterman-having-sex-with-his-staff story? Yeah, I know. But it’s not going to die down (update: here’s Reuters on Letterman’s mea culpa to his Monday-night audience), on the news or on the talk-show.

Apr 22, 2008  · 5 Responses to “To error is human, to make a fielder’s choice can be divine” Dave Baker Says: May 9, 2008 at 8:56 pm | Reply. Even official scorers.

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