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Carolina Clubs Named Official Wood Bat Sponsor of the 2013 MSBL/MABL World Series and Fall Classic
New Alliance Provides Men's Senior Baseball League and Men's Adult Baseball League Players With Exclusive Discounts on Carolina Clubs Custom Pro-Model Ash and Maple Wood Bats
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., July 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Carolina Clubs, a leading manufacturer of pro-grade custom wood bats, was recently designated a national organization sponsor of the Men's Senior Baseball League (MSBL)/Men's Adult Baseball League (MABL), which is the premier amateur baseball league for players 18 years of age and older.
Carolina Clubs Pro-Model Wood Baseball Bats 2013 Collection Now Available Online in Customizable Packages
Wood-Bat League Players Seeking Pro-Stock Northern White Ash and Hard Maple Bats Turn to Carolina Clubs for Custom Wood Bats Handcrafted in Upstate New York
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., April 18, 2013 – Carolina Clubs has published its 2013 collection of pro-model wood baseball bats online at www.carolinaclubs.com. The family-owned business is recognized as a leading manufacturer of high-grade northern white ash and hard maple baseball bats, which are handmade in upstate New York and harvested from locally and regionally sourced timber.
New Carolina Clubs MyWay™ Aluminum Bat Scores a Home Run With USSSA Youth Baseball Players
11-Year-Old Slugger Helps Family Business Target New Generation of Youth Ball Players With USSSA-Approved Carolina Clubs MyWay™ Aluminum Baseball Bat
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., March 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Long recognized as a leading manufacturer of wood baseball bats, family-owned Carolina Clubs Inc. has responded to the growing demand for a high-grade metal version of their youth products with the MyWay™ aluminum bat. When the company began developing and testing the bat for use by United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) youth baseball players, they turned to the family member who knows the sport best — USSSA travel ball player Carmine Lane, grandson of Carolina Clubs' founder George Lane and son of co-founder Thomas Lane.
By, Peter Spiegel
It's a warm, cloudless March morning at the Atlanta Braves spring training facility in West Palm Beach, Fla., but Ryan Klesko is in a sour mood. The burly left fielder, who led the National League champion Braves with 34 home runs last year, is in the midst of an excruciating slump. On top of that, he's been scratched from the starting lineup—again—because of a nagging back injury.
Small Bat Company Makes a Big Hit With Pros
By Pete Williams, Baseball Weekly
When Ryan Klesko began last season by hitting an Atlanta Braves-record 10 home runs in April, everyone wanted to know what was responsible.
The Truth About Maple Bats
Q & A with Carolina Clubs' President, Kevin Lane
Watch any Major League baseball game these days and there is a very high probability of seeing a broken bat or two or three. MLB has a conundrum on their hands. Maple bats are "exploding" at an alarming rate, with a wide variety of reasons why.