Zamst, the maker of sports bracing and support equipment, renewed its nationwide sponsorship with Area Code Baseball. Within the partnership, Zamst will provide, sport specific, high performance products at Area Code Baseball events, in addition to digital education content and on-field seminars that address injury prevention, rehabilitation and optimizing performance.
Area Code Baseball Games is the oldest and most exclusive high school baseball showcase in the nation. This year, athletes across the country will compete for a spot on the nation’s premiere high school baseball event at historic Blair Field in Long Beach, Calif. The tournament will consist of eight regional teams competing at the highest level while being evaluated by scouts from 30 Major League teams, the Major League Scouting Bureau, and top collegiate baseball programs. Famous alums to pass through the Long Beach Blair Field complex include contemporary All-Stars such as Albert Pujols, CC Sabathia, Jimmy Rollins, Clayton Kershaw and both 2012 Rookies of the Year, Mike Trout and Bryce Harper.
“Area Code Baseball is excited to partner with Zamst,” said Area Code Baseball Director, Kristen Leetch. “Their high performance, best in class products and education they offer are a perfect fit for our players, athletic trainers and coaches.”
“As a premier sports bracing and supports equipment brand with a 20 year heritage in the medical field, our alliance with Area Code Baseball was a natural partnership,” said Bryan Smeltzer, General Manager of Zamst US. “We share the same goal: to provide a stage for the world’s best athletes to excel with high performance products. Whether for training or competition, Zamst sports bracing and support products provide a superior level of protection and prevention, and aligning with Area Code Baseball allows us to demonstrate the superiority of our products on a national scale.”
The 2015 Area Code Baseball games tournament will be held August 4-11 at Blair Field in Long Beach, CA. The tournament will consist of eight teams representing eight regions nationwide. The tryout process begins in June and runs through July. Each team will be built by one of eight Major League Baseball teams, including: New York Yankees, Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers, Washington Nationals, Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Royals and the Oakland Athletics.