Carrera Sports® Int., in collaboration with Foundación Electricidad de Valencia will be working to provide supplies to Hospital de Niños Dr. Jorge Lizarraga, a local children’s hospital in Venezuela that is in dire need. For more information on how you can help this cause, go to our “Contact Us” page (http://www.carrerasportsint.com/contact-us/) and send us an email for details.
Carrera Sports has released it’s new BBCOR-Certified aluminum bat, the “PRIME”, powered by BALANCETECH!
Carrera Sports International, dedicated to producing professional grade baseball bats for professionals and amateurs, has signed a deal with Venezuela sports company, Columbus Sport 99, to produce 4,000 youth aluminum Carrera bats and 192,000 baseballs for the international company.
Recent Carrera Posts:
- Carrera Sports®’ Mission for Children December 18, 2012
- New BBCOR from Carrera Sports®! February 5, 2012
- Venezuela Jumps on Board February 5, 2012
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