Irvine, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2014
It’s baseball season across the country and moms are busily driving their children to practice, ordering team banners, creating team snack schedules and rosters, shopping for pants, cleats and socks and are desperately trying to clean the aforementioned pants, jerseys and socks, but most importantly moms are attending games and cheering for their children. Moms are an integral part of team sports, but are they getting the attention they deserve and the products geared just for them so they can socialize and keep their heads in the game? Sure, moms can whip up the best cupcakes and organize the best team parties, but how many of them can easily keep track of the game and chat with friends? After years of watching her own son play baseball and fulfilling all of the obligations of being a baseball mom, one mom in Irvine, CA decided to create a unique keepsake scorebook specifically for moms to use while watching games.
“For many moms, just trying to keep track of the score can be frustrating in itself and few moms want to constantly ask the officially designated scorekeeper – what’s the score, what’s the count, what’s the inning?” says Trish Kasey, creator of Mom’s Score Bee. “MSB is a baseball mom’s best friend and long overdue for the ever-faithful and hard-working moms of T-Ballers, High-Schoolers and beyond.” Many colleges and universities are now designing their baseball stadiums to be more family-friendly with the strategy to attract moms first and the family will follow. Not just a scorebook, this keepsake provides each mom on the team a way to record her own child’s plays, stats and memorable moments from every game. Kasey adds, “Just imagine if Derek Jeter’s or Mike Trout’s mom had recorded their son’s Little League years in their own Mom’s Score Bee? Now, that might be worth real money one day!”
Although not every child will achieve the success of a player like Jason Varitek, who was a champion at the youth, collegiate and professional level, every memory is precious to a mom of a ball player. Down to the last out or walk-off home run, MSB keeps those memories alive forever.
Plans for more unique and creative products for sports moms are currently being developed. “Baseball is just the beginning,” says Kasey, “Where there are kids, fields and courts; you can bet there are moms supporting them all the way. We want to provide products that support moms in return.”