Mattingly Baseball is pleased to announce that Marshall Shill has received a BEAST Award for his extraordinary hitting performance in Super Series Baseball during the month of December.
The honor is awarded to the top amateur baseball and softball players throughout the United States. Mattingly and Super Series chose Shill of Camp Verde as one of four January winners.
In addition to receiving the new Mattingly Beast V-Grip composite bat, winners are featured on SuperSeriesBaseball.com and the www.MattinglyBaseball.com.
Each winner also receives an official BEAST award certificate signed by Don Mattingly.
In accordance with the hitting philosophy of former MLB great Don Mattingly, the BEAST Award reflects not only great batting statistics, but the overall effort and attitude of the player. The award's name is derived from these characteristics:
Total on base percentage
"Don wanted to have an award that reflected his vision of batting performance and also rewarded a strong work ethic", says Skip Shaw, President of Mattingly Baseball.
Don co-founded Mattingly Baseball after designing a bat handle that helps hitters line up their "knocking knuckles" and put their hands into the proper batting grip, thereby improving their overall batting performance. The patented V-Grip is standard on a full line of wood, aluminum, and composite bats.
About Mattingly Baseball
Mattingly is quickly becoming recognized as an industry leader in the development and marketing of innovative, high quality baseball and softball products and home to the patented V-Grip technology. Widely known as the first bat manufacturer to meld both world-class technology and hitting technique into bat manufacturing--the company was founded to promote improved hitting mechanics in baseball and softball players through the use of the patented V-Grip bat combined with Don Mattingly's approach to hitting. Mattingly Baseball's mission is to be recognized as the company of choice when amateur and professional baseball and softball players choose their equipment.
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