ProXR, a leading company that develop and marke performance grip technology for different sports, has announced on Wednesday that it has signed 5 companies to license its patented ProXR angled bat knob technology. According to the details released by the PR News Wire News Agency, the company’s patented Angled Bat Knob design also known as the asymmetric knob that help to provide optimum grip to batters with increased performance.
The five MLB companies which company has signed, included the Minnesota-based MaxBat, Illionois-based Dinger Bats, Tennessee-based Old Hickory Bats. Maine-based Dove Tail Bat and Ohio-based Phoenix Bats. It is important to mention that all of these five MLB companies contribute to the 15-20% of the professional wood bat market.
President and founder of ProXr, Grady Phelan said, “Baseball players are loyal to the brand of bat they swing, and given the performance improvement they’re seeing from others using ProXR, it’s no surprise more guys are asking their bat makers for it. The fact that some of the top bat companies in baseball have signed with us shows the significant value players place on increased performance and power at the plate.”
Boss of Dove Tail Bat, Paul Lancisi said, “We are very excited to offer ProXR as an option on our bats. We are building a growing base of professional and amateur customers who are purchasing our premium bats with ProXR. They want to have the latest and greatest technology to perform at their best. We have received a lot of early positive feedback from our professional players about the combination of our ultra-premium bats and the ProXR (extreme response) technology.”
Phoenix Bat President, Brad Taylor said, “Player response has been amazing!. Guys who have never swung an asymmetric-type handle love it and the guys who have swung other angled knobs are converting to ProXR. It adds a new dimension to our line of bats; something we’ve never had before. We take our best performing models, add the ProXR technology to it, and it makes them even better.”