Raen Optics Remmy 49



Raen Optics Remmy 49

Raen Optics Remmy 49



$135.00

The Remmy is RAENs calling card and they will never let you down. They took a note from what we know works, inspired by retro round sunglasses that captured our eye, the Remmy carries the look with a modern flare. Available in two sizes: the original 52 is a touch larger and conquers the perfectly oversized look for women, while the 49 is a slightly refined fit. Their ultra-light construction features a slight horned temple and notched bridge. Handcrafted ZYL Acetate Frame Optics By Carl Zeiss CR-39 Lens offering 100% UVA/UVB protection Comes with custom sunglass case


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The job of a professional baseball umpire requires quick thinking, sharp judgment, and confidence. When the ball is in play, the umpire sees the action, assesses the situation and makes the call—all in a matter of seconds. The job of a professional baseball umpire requires quick thinking, sharp judgment, and confidence. When the ball is in play, the umpire sees the action, assesses the situation and makes the call—all in a matter of seconds. The successful umpire has a thorough knowledge of the rule book, he is even-tempered, and is mentally strong enough to handle situations under stressful conditions. He is expected to hustle, be alert, be in excellent physical condition, and have a neat and tidy appearance. All these come with the good professional umpire training. Quite a number of schools are providing the umpire training. Some of them are approved by professional baseball umpire association. According to association there are few requirements to be a professional umpire, which includes that he must have basic education with a good health especially the clear eye sight preferably without glasses or lenses.


After full filling the basic criteria the admission is granted. The systematic training and evaluation of individuals at schools will help the amateur umpire to get them polished and improve their performance. The difference in the training of all these institutions is the training environment. A friendly training environment will let the trainees to learn with open minds and get the maximum out of training. Some of the training organizations have highly qualified instructional staff and a good a good training breakdown. A rigorous training and hard work is required to get a job after completing the course. A course at these schools is not the certification of the job. But this training will help in moving up in the umpires ranking. Some of these schools have provided online baseball umpire videos. These video help the amateur umpires to gain a lot. Then can extract the training method and teaching techniques of these schools and can set the mind to join one of them. In modern days the baseball umpire videos are getting more important because many people how live at far off places and are unable to join these training schools, they can use these videos and become a level “A” umpire. It is generally observed that the young boys who want to be a professional umpire use the unauthentic videos which result in miss guidance. So it is highly recommended to have a video of good professional instructors so that the base is strong enough to be a level “AAA” major league umpire.


Walks, hits allowed, earned runs allowed, and hit batsmen all count as negative points, so you'll want to research carefully and look at your potential pitchers' recent stats. Does he have spotty control, or has his control gone south for one reason or another? Avoid him. Look for someone with a good recent history of striking out batters and denying them hits, but don't just look at the recent history; you'll also want to look at their stats from previous seasons. The good thing about hitters, or batters, is that the bad things they do don't count as negative stats. For example, if Yasiel Puig goes 0-for-4 at the bat for the Dodgers, the worst that can happen is that he won't score any points for you. But you should do the same as you do for pitchers, and look at recent and historical stats alike. Generally speaking, you want to go for home run hitters; a homer is worth 10 points in DraftKings and 12 in FanDuel. And if you're drafting someone without much home run power, he should preferably be someone who makes up for it with foot speed. One stolen base is worth 5 points in DraftKings and 6 in FanDuel, so speed does get rewarded handsomely in daily fantasy baseball.


The man we know as Pea Ridge was called Clyde from a young age, though his given name was Henry. Day was decent sized, about 6 feet and 190 pounds, and possessed a strong build chiseled from his days working on the farm. He continually bragged about being the strongest man in professional baseball. Day made his reputation, though, for his stunts on the field. A newspaper said of him, “Pea Ridge has more color than a funny name. He is a hog caller. He made so much noise yelling, even when he was pitching, that the umpires and players protested.” Day would hoot, holler, or break into a prolonged hog call while on the mound after a strikeout or other key play. For a time in the minors, he also experimented with throwing ambidextrously. Al Lopez, who caught Day on the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1931, said of Day, “He was a character, big barrel-chested guy. Hall-of-Fame catcher Al Lopez caught for Day in 1931. In an Associated Press interview, Lopez recounted a story about a 1931 exhibition game against the New York Yankees.


Friday night we had a meeting at our house for Braden's baseball team. We had 10 boys and 1 little sister here that night. Talk about crazy. I'd be lying if I said I didn't want to cover the furniture with plastic, but everything seems to have escaped untouched. Pretty unbelievable. I am getting very excited for baseball season. Since we didn't play basketball, we have had alot more free time, but I have missed watching them play ball. Saturday we got to celebrate my nephews 1st birthday. What a party my SIL threw! My boys were surprised that they had such a good time. They thought they would be to old to enjoy a 1 year old's birthday party. Cade, who insisted that he hates clowns, became her favorite. Go figure, since he's pretty much a clown himself. So, Sunday we got a break from the freezing, rainy weather and enjoyed the sunshine. We went to church, and then I weeded the flower beds while the boys played outside and Richard started tiling the outside kitchen. I actually enjoy weeding as long as there aren't too many. You see the results instantly. Hope you all had a great weekend as well. I don't have too busy of a week. The builder will be back AGAIN to try and finish some of the things that aren't done yet. I have had enough with all the crews in and out of the house. I know some of it has to do with our decision to move in before Christmas, but enough is enough. I have been making sure that I'm not around. Anything is better than hanging out with these guys who think they're my best friend. I think Walmart's calling my name.


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