BATON ROUGE – Marucci announced Friday that the Cincinnati Baseball Club has signed a 5-year extension as a Marucci Founders’ Club organization.
“We are thrilled to have Cary Daniel and the Cincinnati Baseball Club re-sign with us and continue to be a member of the Marucci Founders’ Club,” Marucci VP of Team Sales Kyle Achord said. “Cary was one of the guys that took a chance on us early, and we have always appreciated that. We have enjoyed watching his organization grow and continue their success on and off the field. Keeping CBC in the Founders’ Club was important to us.”
CBC originally partnered with Marucci in 2015. The group currently fields 16 teams and its CBC Black squads have already claimed three 2019 championships in the 13U, 12U and 11U divisions. Kentucky teammates Riley Mahan and Zach Logue – drafted in the third and ninth round, respectively, of the 2017 draft - are CBC alums.
“CBC is proud to be part of the Marucci Family,” Daniel said. “We feel that there is no other company in the world that gives us the options, customer service or opportunity to compete in the greatest baseball event in the country - the Marucci World Series. Being part of this family means more than receiving some discounts, it means partnering with great people that want you to succeed as much as they want to succeed themselves!”
About the Marucci Founders’ Club
The founders of Marucci built the company on a dedication to superior quality and a relentless pursuit of excellence that extended beyond the game of baseball. That pursuit of excellence has allowed Marucci to forge partnerships with some of the nation’s premier amateur baseball and softball organizations. With core values that align with those of the Marucci Founders, these programs were selected for their dedication to excellence on and off the field, reputation as a positive influence in their community, and commitment to growing their organization and, in turn, the Marucci mission. We call this elite alliance the Founders’ Club.