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Sport Buds for Major League Baseball Fans
We're sorry to say that the manufacturer has stopped making these baseball ear buds. We only have a few left and we can't get more...so get them while the getting is good.
Baseball Sport Bud earbuds are comfortable in-ear headphones with three sizes of silicone ear tips for a perfect, snug fit. They're compatible with iPods, iPads, iPhones (except 7), and any other device with a standard 3.5 mm headphone socket, including MP3 players, PDAs, portable gaming systems, computers, and even some airplane seats. Sport Buds are more comfortable and better sounding than the earbuds that came with your device.
Did you know...?
Many people still believe that Abner Doubleday invented American baseball in 1839, even though this myth has been discredited. There's no evidence for the claim in Doubleday's many letters and papers, it doesn't appear in his obituary, and he was never inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. A commission of baseball players (not historians) organized in 1905 concluded that Doubleday invented baseball in Cooperstown, NY, that he coined the word "baseball", designed the diamond, defined fielder positions, and wrote down rules and regulations. No written records have ever been found that support these claims. The story's main source was a letter from an elderly gentleman who was a 5-year-old Cooperstown resident in 1839, but his reliability is questionable given that he was convicted of murdering his wife and died in a hospital for the criminally insane.
In reality, baseball is an adaptation of the English games cricket and rounders. The first published rules of baseball were written by Shane Ryley Foster in 1845 for a New York club called the Knickerbockers, and the progression from the Knickerbocker Rules to today's game is well documented.