Plain City, Ohio (PRWEB) October 17, 2012
Continuing their commitment to provide quality wooden baseball bats (http://www.phoenixbats.com/wood-baseball-bats.html) to players at all levels, The Phoenix Bat Company recently partnered with the Ohio State Buckeyes Club Baseball team (http://www.osuclubbaseball.org). The Columbus community partnership will put all-wooden bats in the hands of the university club team for their upcoming 2013 season.
Phoenix Bats is proud to support the OSU Club baseball team in their continued success. OSU Club Baseball President, Justin Johnson, is equally energized…"Our players are really excited about our new partnership with Phoenix Bats. From a performance standpoint, our program gains a competitive edge this winter by swinging Phoenix’s wood bats. And from a recognition standpoint, it raises the bar to another level of professionalism” The OSU Club Baseball team is currently the reigning National Club Baseball Association's Great Lakes East Conference Champions. “We’re looking forward to representing Phoenix Bats throughout our journey to a World Series championship," expresses Johnson.
The OSU Club baseball team at Ohio State University allows students to continue their pursuit and passion for baseball as a student athlete without the demands of a varsity team. Johnson looks forward to another rewarding season… "Overall the program is anticipating a highly successful year." Follow the OSU Club Baseball team throughout their season on Twitter (@OSUClubBaseball) and Facebook (osuclubbaseball) for all the action.
About The Phoenix Bat Company
The Phoenix Bat Company is a specialized wood bats creator and crafts wood baseball, softball, vintage, training, and presentation bats, made from premium rock maple, yellow birch and northern white ash, on the most advanced bat making lathe machine in the world. Located just outside Columbus, Ohio, Phoenix Bats provides bats to players at all levels from professional to entry level across the country.
To purchase a wooden bat or for help selecting the right wood bat, please visit the Phoenix website at http://phoenixbats.com. Get the latest news and updates by following the Phoenix Bats Company on Twitter (@PhoenixBats), Facebook, Google Plus, and YouTube.