Wooter Apparel has signed as the uniform provider for the College Summer Baseball Invitational (CSBI) in Texas.

The three-day, four-team tournament is scheduled for June 4 to 6 at Travis Field, located in Bryan/College Station in central Texas. The roster will be composed of players from universities all around the country, hand-picked by the CSBI coaching staff. The stands will be empty for the games, but they’ll be televised on pay-per-view via Amazon FireTV, Apple TV, Roku and Google’s Chromecast or via their mobile devices at wooterapparel.com. CSBI is raising funds and awareness for the non-profit organization, “No Kid Hungry.”

“I’m excited to have Wooter Apparel partner with the Collegiate Summer Baseball Invitation. This is a tremendous opportunity to have sports back in the spotlight and t0 provide the stage for these talented college players to showcase their abilities, while sporting our customized uniforms inspired by America’s Red, White, and Blue,” said Alex Kagan, Wooter co-founder and chief marketing officer.

“If we are going to be the Biggest College Baseball Event of 2020, we better have amazing looking uniforms. We knew Wooter Apparel would take care of us. They have become one of the best in the sports apparel industry,” said Uri Geva, Texas Collegiate League president and Brazos Valley Bombers owner Uri Geva. “We are working hard to provide a wonderful experience for all of the players and felt that fully custom-designed jersey from Wooter Apparel would help take the CSBI brand to a new level”.

Wooter Apparel, launched in 2014, creates customized jerseys, uniforms and apparel for youth, recreational, amateur, college, and professional sports teams, leagues and organizations. In addition to teaming up with a number of baseball teams and leagues, Wooter Apparel has customized apparel for the NFL Alumni, Floyd Mayweather, Master P, Kawhi Leonard, Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson, Terrell Owens, Florida Atlantic University, and Reedley College.

Photo courtesy College Summer Baseball Invitational