For any baseball fan, March 29th will mark a truly historic day. There will be 15 games being played, each promising an action-packed experience. This will happen for the first time in 50 years. With an early start to the season, there will be many exciting surprises expected along the way. From the single marquee game that is expected after the all-star break to the midsummer classic in Washington, DC, there will be plenty in store for the 2018 MLB season.
Blog article by Andrew Serenyi
Almost all cars sold today come with an entertainment system or GPS system. The screen of this device is a Liquid Crystal Display which can crack or even disintegrate during a crash. The shards of the display can fly everywhere and even injure you or your passengers. The larger the display, the greater the risk.
As Spring rolls around again farmers around the country are starting to wake the fields and getting them ready to supply the American market with wheat, soybean and corn. Just over two million farms dot America’s rural landscape. And about 99 percent of these farms are operated by families – individuals, family partnerships or family corporations.
Starting with the 2017 IndyCar Series, competition cars had to adopt the new electronic digital display system which provides the driver with vital information about speed, engine performance, fuel and other critical functions. This allows drivers and crew chiefs an exact understanding of what is happening in the car as well as what adjustments need to be made.
With March Madness 2018 being barely a month away, many people are planning how they will follow the games on their TVs so they don’t miss out on the action. We are likely to see some of the top college basketball programs in the tournament this year going head to head for the coveted title. We are also likely to encounter some upsets and surprises, as is characteristic of the March Madness tournament.