Original web offer details & such: $19.95 + $7.95 P&H. Includes: All-Star Baseball School Program - 2 months free. Optional. Sales tax: Varies.
Growing up with an uncle who was a huge Reds fan, we couldn't sit down for a table without good Pete Rose stories. Even after Rose's darker side was exposed in the late 80s, my uncle couldn't let go of his memories of The Big Red Machine.
I wish I would have listened more to my baseball coach uncle's tips. Something tells me he would have got them from a Pete Rose school along the way.
I wonder what he would think of the Pete Rose Batting DVDs. I wonder if he would have used them while coaching.
Let's see if they would be worth the find. We should find good stuff. After all, we're talking about Baseball's Hit King.
The tips, tricks & techniques Pete Rose used to become the hit king of baseball. He shares it all on DVD. In his style, with his schtick. This is one of those products we think that will be helpful for baseball players old and young. And we're seldom this definitive.
But we always seem to point it out when we are definitive.
All baseball and nothing but baseball. Charlie Hustle hit this one down the line.
According to official product websites, the Pete Rose Batting DVD claims the following features and benefits:
- Learn Pete Rose's philosophy
- study his mechanics
- become aggressive at the plate
- perfect for anyone from beginners to college players
- this history of pete rose
Order Process: So far everything seems okay regarding the order process. The only thing we're not sure about is the terms of the "All-Star Baseball School Program." Seems like a subscription but we haven't seen any complaints. Then again, $15 a month to be in Pete Rose's ear might be a good thing. The customer service info is below if you ever start to wonder.
Product Performance: So far, everything we've seen has been promising. Pete Rose keeps it to baseball. And, because it's Pete Rose giving his tips it's hard to doubt him. Otherwise, we haven't seen any issues with DVD functionality or the like.
It's Pete Rose. I wish I had his instruction when I was growing up. I also wish he would have told me to bat left-handed too. That would have been nice. Real nice. Thanks, Pete.
Otherwise, we consider it a no-brainer. So long as your kids don't think it's cool to bet on baseball once they make it to the MLB, this should be a helpful tool to keep them in focus. If I had kids, I'd get it. Wouldn't think twice.
If you agree with our assessment and want those in your life learning baseball hitting times from the hit king, the green button below will take them to the official product site. Customer Service: phone: 818.294.0979 hours: m-f 3pm-8pm. Sat - 10am-8pm. Sun 12pm-6pm.
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