Team Axe Spotlight: #5 Ranked 2023 PRP Mambas

Published by Jake P. Professional Hit Rep

The PRP Mambas baseball teams have once again demonstrated their excellence in the 2022 season, finishing as the #5 PG ranked 18u team in the country. With a final record of 34-2-1 and four championships in five weekends, it's clear that this organization is dedicated to developing young athletes into top-performing baseball players. Axe Bat is pleased to announce our third year of partnership with this elite program for the 2023 season. We will continue to provide wood and BBCOR Axe bats for each player. 

Not only did the 2022 PRP Mambas have a fantastic season, but an impressive 25 of their players are going on to play competitive collegiate baseball. This speaks to the organization's commitment to preparing its players for success at the next level.

The 2021 PRP Mambas were also highly successful, ranking #14 nationally and finishing 8th in WWBA and 2nd in 18u Pastime National Championships. With 28 players rostered to play collegiate baseball, it's clear that the organization is consistently producing top-tier talent.

What's even more impressive is that all players are given the opportunity to take advantage of training and competition to be ready for their fall season on campus. With plans created to manage innings, prioritize development, set goals, and be prepared for college, every pitcher has a clear path to success.

The PRP Mambas organization provides options for all players to train on-site, remotely, or just compete in the summer. Their staff is fully prepared to develop, coach, and prepare players for the collegiate level while winning on the national level.

As the PRP Mambas look to build their 2023-2024 roster (17-18u), it's clear that this organization is dedicated to fostering success both on and off the field. With a proven track record of developing top talent, it's no wonder that players and families are eager to join the PRP Mambas baseball teams. For more information, interested parties can email gvogt@prpbaseball.com.

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