PROGRAM 15, the Official Global Grassroots Player Identification and Development Program for New Balance Baseball, announced the 2019 Atlantic Coast Baseball Pennsylvania Invitational has been selected as a partner event for the New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series.
Rick Strickland, Founder of the St. Louis Pirates, a nationally recognized College Development program, talks about the growth and success of the program and his collaboration with PROGRAM 15 in a recent interview with veteran sports writer Mike Ashmore.
FloSports and PROGRAM 15 partnership expansion deal adds 240 baseball games to FloLive.tv.
The highly-anticipated 2018 Future Stars Series International Week event held at Camelback Ranch drew rave reviews from everyone in attendance including the players, scouts, coaches, sponsors, and families.
The much-anticipated UFC matchup between Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov has commanded the attention of much of the fight world. But one podcast eschews the spectacle in favor of a more low-key subject.
Darren Prince earned a reputation as a world-renowned celebrity agent, but few knew his secret: he was addicted to opiates. In his new book, Aiming High, Prince reveals his struggles and how he overcame one of the most tragic problems facing society today.
As Nike’s decision to have Colin Kaepernick representing their “Just Do It” campaign, prompted a vocal debate, but both celebrities like Serena Williams and LeBron James, and marketing experts like Barak Granot, celebrate the move as a success to the apparel giant.
PROGRAM 15, the Official Global Grassroots Player Identification and Development Program for New Balance Baseball, Partners with FloSports to Live Stream The New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series International Week on FloLive.tv
Ashoo Jain is the founder of OnGo-Energy, he has rocked the energy market with an instant energy spray.
John Moore and son Cole will be participating in over 16 races, competing in three stock car series for the 2018 Racing Season.
Off season tweets between two NHL hockey players has caught the eye of a talking dog in Nashville, Tennessee.