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Top 10 Baseball Brands

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  1. Adidas
  2. DeMarini
  3. Easton
  4. Louisville Slugger
  5. Mizuno
  6. New Balance
  7. Nike
  8. Rawlings
  9. Wilson
  10. Marucci
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1. Adidas

Adidas is an extremely popular brand for baseball athletes mostly focused around their cleats. Adidas is known for their shoes across many sports including basketball, football, baseball, and soccer. Similar to those sports, Adidas focuses mostly on their cleat game compared to other equipment products that are involved in baseball. Other than the massive amounts of cleats that they sell on their website, they also have a limited amount of bats and wristbands that they sell. Adidas became the new name of a German shoe company in 1949 mostly focusing on soccer shoes and cleats since that sport is very popular in Germany. It was not until pretty recently that they began creating and selling baseball cleats for athletes to wear. There are many major league players that have sponsorships with Adidas including big stars by the likes of Kris Bryant, Aroldis Chapman, and Aaron Judge. Many of Adidas sponsorships with MLB athletes include some of the biggest stars in the game today. Adidas has deals with many colleges and universities including Louiseville, Kansas, Miami, and Indiana.

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2. DeMarini

DeMarini is an extremely popular brand among high school baseball athletes due to the high end bats that they sell and the pop that comes with them. Kids of all ages enjoy buying and trying out DeMarini bats as they are known as some of the best aluminum bats that are made. In high school players can decide to use aluminum or wood bats while in the pros they are only limited to wood bats. DeMarini is mostly known for the bats that they sell. They offer bats that can be custom made as well as wood, big barreled, and any other bat that you can think of. However, they do not only sell bats they sell clothes pertaining to baseball and softball. They also sell batting gloves and helmets and many other accessories that baseball players like to spend their money on. DeMarini was started in 1989 to be a place to sell high performance bats by the

bunches dedicating their company to be the top performance bats ever. DeMarini does not have any sponsorship deals with professional baseball players as they focus most of their time on creating the best aluminum bats, however, professional players can only use wooden ones so a sponsorship deal would not make sense. DeMarini has many sponsorship deals with colleges for baseball and fastpitch softball. For baseball their colleges include Arizona State University, University of Michigan, Penn State University, and Vanderbilt University.

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3. Easton

Easton covers every corner of the baseball world by selling all the baseball equipment that is necessary for a player to use. They sell equipment like bats, batting gloves, fielding gloves, catchers gear, bags, and clothing items. They sell bats for all ages of baseball players in order to inspire athletes to continue playing. They also sell all the equipment for fastpitch softball as well as slow pitch. Easton was originally founded as a manufacturer of bow and arrows over 40 years ago but has changed and centered their work around baseball equipment of any kind. Easton changed the way people viewed aluminum bats as their bats were made lighter, more durable,

and produced better results than their competition. Easton has recently signed Alex Bregman to their team to wear their new line of fielding and batting gloves. Other recent signees by Team Easton also include Jose Ramirez of the Cleveland Indians, Kevin Pillar of the Blue Jays, and Edwin Diaz of the Mets. There are many colleges and universities that are a part of Team Easton. Some of the top college programs on this team include University of Florida, Ohio State University, University of California Los Angeles, and West Virginia University.

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4. Louiseville Slugger

Louiseville Sluggers has been known as one of the top baseball bat brands for professional players for many years. They now make all types of bats for every age. They also make bats for softball and slow pitch players. Even though their main focus has been creating wooden bats, Louiseville Sluggers has recently shifted to also include aluminum bats as well as fielding gloves for all positions. For more than 135 years Louiseville Sluggers has been connected with the sport of baseball in America. In fact, more than 80% of the hitters that are in the hall of fame were at one point under contract from Louiseville Sluggers to use their bats during games. They produce and send out about 1.8 million bats from the louiseball bat factory every year. There are many players in the MLB that use custom bats from Louiseville Sluggers. Some of these players include Ronald Acuña Jr., Yordan Alvarez, Cody Bellinger, and Didi Gregorious. Louiseville Sluggers also sponsors various colleges that include Wake Forest University, University of Oklahoma, Old Dominion, and University of North Carolina.

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5. Mizuno

Mizuno is a very popular brand across many sports but particularly with baseball players. They are known for their aluminum bats and their fielding gloves. Other than these two items Mizuno also sells other baseball items including batting gloves, cleats, clothing, and catcher's equipment. Mizuno not only sells baseball equipment but also fastpitch and slowpitch softball. The Mizuno company was created by two brothers in 1906 however they did not start their production of baseballs and gloves until 1913. Mizuno is based out of Japan and has won many awards for the products that they have made for over a century. There are many major league players that use Mizuno like Stephen Piscotty, Ian Desmond, and Adam Wainwright. Mizuno also partners with NCAA baseball colleges so that they could use their bats and other equipment. One major sponsor that Mizuno has includes Long Beach State University.

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6. New Balance

New Balance is a very popular brand in professional baseball due to the comfortable cleats that they make for athletes. New Balance does not sell bats or batting gloves or fielding gloves for baseball players. They simply sell cleats to their athletes and have over 42 pairs that a player can buy on their website. New Balance was established in 1906 as a shoe company that made shoes that would support people whose jobs forced them to be on their feet all day. They evolved into a running shoe company but later expanded their empire to include shoes for all sports including baseball, basketball, hiking, and tennis. New Balance has shoe deals with a few professional baseball athletes including former MVP winner Jose Altuve and young phenom shortstop Fransisco Lindor. These athletes are great people to sponsor New Balance as they are well respected around the league and have a lot of effect on people from their home countries. This could lead to more people buying the New Balance product throughout the world. New Balance does not currently have any major sponsorship deals with any colleges or universities.

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7. Nike

Nike is one of the most popular brands when it comes to general sports shoes and apparel. They have reached into every sports market to try to be as diverse as possible with who they sell to. Because of this, Nike has expanded to sell baseball cleats and other baseball items including clothing, batting gloves, and fielding gloves. Nike was founded in 1964 as a shoe company mainly focused around sneakers but as they grew they expanded the items that they sell and has recently begun to be a part of the professional baseball world. Nike has recently taken part in a contract that gives them exclusive rights to make the jerseys that MLB players wear. This means that for the next 10 years all jerseys worn in the MLB will come from Nike. Nike also has partnerships with many professional baseball players including Mike Trout, George Springer, Max Scherzer, and Nolan Arenado. Nike currently holds three of the top five largest apparel contracts in collegiate sports with Ohio State University, University of Texas, and University of Michigan.

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8. Rawlings

Rawlings is definitely a top baseball brand as they make some of the best fielding gloves in the game. Their specialty is making the top fielding gloves in the game for all positions however they are also involved with manufacturing bats, balls, and other clothing and equipment apparel. Rawlings can custom make gloves for any athlete as many major league players enjoy using their gloves above the competitions. Rawlings even sponsors the award in the MLB that is given to the top defensive player: Golden Glove Awards. Rawlings was created in 1887 as a sporting goods store covering all sports but in 1902 transitioned to focusing their work on baseball gloves and equipment. Rawlings reached an all time high in 2018 as 59% of starting position players in the MLB used their gloves. Some of these players included Aaron Judge, Cody Bellinger, Manny Machado, and Mike Trout. Rawlings has sponsorships with many colleges around America with their flagship college is the University of Virginia who, while using Rawlings gloves, won the 2015 College World Series.

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9. Wilson

Wilson is a popular and loved company by baseball players of every age. In high school, players love to obsess over Wilson's fielding gloves, especially the famous A2000. Wilson specializes in many sports, not just baseball. However, when it comes to baseball they are mostly known for their gloves rather than anything else. Other than baseball, they also make sporting balls for all major sports. The famous baseball glove manufacturer was created in 1913 and by the middle of the century they became the leading sports good manufacturer in the United States. In 2018, Wilson gloves were worn by 28% of the players in the major leagues including Jose Altuve, Mookie Betts, Carlos Correa, and Yasiel Puig. Wilson also has sponsorships with many colleges across NCAA baseball including University of Alabama, University of Florida, Clemson University, and University of Miami.

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10. Marucci

Marucci is an extremely popular brand for baseball players of all ages as they specialize in making exquisite bats as well as custom made fielding gloves. They mostly are responsible for making wooden bats for baseball players but also make custom bats and gloves for anyone that wants them. Other than baseball, Marucci also makes bats and gloves for fastpitch and slowpitch softball. Marucci was founded in 2004 by two former big league baseball players and within the 15 years that they have been around they have grown to one of the top bat brands for professional baseball players in the MLB. In 2019, 28% of all players used Marucci bats in MLB games including Giancarlo Stanton, Alex Bregman, Yoan Moncada, and Gleyber Torres. Along with professional sponsorships, Marucci also sponsors many colleges and their NCAA baseball teams. These colleges include Gonzaga University, University of Memphis, Louisiana State University, and Baylor University.

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