HOOSIER BAT MEETS THE TINCAPS

Fort Wayne-based Hoosier Bat is making a name for itself these days in amateur baseball batting circles. But it isn’t out of place in professional venues, either.

As a matter of fact, you can find Hoosier Bat at Fort Wayne’s Parkview Field, home to the TinCaps, the city’s Class A Midwest League team. The TinCaps are among the teams that use Hoosier Bat to provide custom bats of various sizes for special souvenir bats given to the team’s fans.

Hoosier Bat also turns out standard 33-inch bats for trophy displays presented by amateur leagues nationwide to top hitters as postseason or career awards. In ballparks from coast to coast, Hoosier Bat is swinging for the fences.

HALL OF FAME HISTORY

Three Hoosier Bats are featured in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. One was used by Sammy Sosa in his home run race with Mark McGwire. Lance Johnson used a Hoosier Bat to lead both the American League and the National League in hits over back-to-back seasons. In 2007, Frank Thomas hit his 500th Home Run with a Hoosier Bat. Add Hoosier Bats to your arsenal and bring our legacy of excellence to your college, high school, or youth league team.