DAVIS, Calif., April 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- GameSigns.com home of the number one signal enhancement tool for baseball debuts on MSN.Com homepage via article by Fox Sports written by Jesse Temple of Fox Sports Wisconsin. Game Signs Co Founder Matthew Flaherty was excited to get a chance to sit down with Temple and answer some questions about one of the most innovative and rapidly spreading new product of the 2012 season.
They are called Game Signs, its a name being whispered among clubhouses and dugouts across several professional, semi professional, and amateur leagues and their function solves one of the oldest problems in baseball, eliminating confusion between the catcher and pitcher on the type of pitch. These vinyl based tear and water resistant reflective stickers are worn on the catchers nails along the cuticle of the nail to help better illuminate the hand signals for his or her pitcher.
The article further reports opinions of several major league baseball players such as Jonathon Lucroy whom also agree that even though their have been make shift methods to improve signals in the past for example whiteout or athletic tape, they all had their drawbacks. Game Signs stickers are extremely durable and available in several different colors, they are easy to use and remove and will make sure you don't get crossed up.
Gamesigns have been used by several notable professional baseball players such as Hector Sanchez, Buster Posey (Giants), Matt Treanor, AJ Ellis,(Dodgers) Jesus Montero (Mariners), Kurt Suzuki (A's), Jose Lobaton (Rays), John Buck (Marlins), Chris Snyder , Jason Castro (Astros), Johnathon Lucroy (Brewers), Jarrod Saltalamacchia, (Red Sox) Michael Mckenry, Brayan Pena ( Pirates) and se
As for whether the stickers actually serve a purpose other than looking cool? Lucroy, who wore them on Opening Day, says absolutely.
"The last thing you want is to give up a run in a big situation or something like that by a crossed up pitch," Lucroy said. "I'm doing everything I can to avoid that kind of situation."
Game Signs are available for immediate purchase at http://www.gamesigns.com and are offered in several quantities. The Game Signs team would like to thank Fox Sports Wisconsin for the interview and invites you to read the rest of the article via the following link : http://www.foxsportswisconsin.com/04/13/12/Colored-nails-for-catchers-Signs-point-t/landing_brewers.html?blockID=708748
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