Suresh Gaur passed a baseball through his legs 652 times while balancing on a rola bola.
Zack Hample constructed a pyramid using 2,870 baseballs. He personally snagged the baseballs as a fan in the stands at major league stadiums. At present, he has more than 6,000 baseballs in his collection.
Through the Pitch For Awareness campaign, Tom Willis threw 14
ceremonial first pitches at Major League Baseball stadiums. Some
of the locations where first pitches were thrown included Petco Park
in San Diego, California, Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida
and Rogers Centre in Ontario, Canada.
Brian Pankey executed 195 bounces of a baseball on a sledgehammer.
Mark Evans balanced a three-foot wooden bar on a baseball held in his hand for one hour, three minutes, 32.19 seconds.
JJ and 18 other wheelchair softball players rounded the bases in 45 seconds. They set the record during a wheelchair softball challenge at Gage Park Accessible Diamond in Topeka, Kansas to spread awareness and encourage participation in wheelchair sports. Read more about it here.
Doug McManaman balanced a baseball on top of a football held in his hand for 24 minutes, 30.00 seconds.
Mark Evans balanced a table tennis paddle on top of a screwdriver on a baseball held in his hand for 12 minutes, 26.78 seconds while kneeling.
Peter Craig bounced a baseball on alternating sides of a tennis racket
for 18 minutes and 10 seconds ndash; amounting 2040 bounces.
Mark E. balanced a baseball bat on two fingers for 59 minutes, 50.02 seconds.
Mark Evans bounced a baseball 1,872 consecutive times on an empty wine bottle.
Suresh Gaur balanced a baseball bat, ball, and glove on his chin for 22 minutes, 12.04 seconds.
Brian Pankey bounced a baseball off of the side of a building and caught it using a fishing dip net from eight feet away 17 times in 30 seconds.
Mark E. used a golf club to knock a baseball through an indoor doorway from a distance of 32 feet away.
Brian Pankey bounced a baseball 619 times on a hockey puck.
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