South Florida Collegiate Baseball League Announces Partnership with Dove Tail Bats

South Florida Collegiate Baseball League Announces Partnership with Dove Tail Bats

The SFCBL is proud to announce a new partnership with Dove Tail Bats as they strive to provide excellent equipment for SFCBL players while calling South Florida home.  Using the highest-grade wood available, Dove Tail provides cutting edge technology and excellent customer service to professional, college and amateur players alike.  All wood used is harvested locally in Maine and is hand selected weekly ensuring the highest quality products to players.  Dove Tails reps will be on site throughout the entire SFCBL season to ensure players receive bats immediately when needed.  Major League stars such as Pete Alonso, Jeff McNeil and Brett Phillips swing Dove Tail as well as numerous other Big Leaguers.

“We are very excited for this partnership.  Many of our former players who are now Minor League baseball use Dove Tail and speak very highly of the performance.  Our players will be swinging arguably the best bat in Major League Baseball with Major League quality”, said Vince Farfaglia SFCBL Commissioner.

Over the last several years, the SFCBL has grown exponentially attracting players from multiple U.S States and countries in North America.  In 2020, SFCBL players represented 33 U.S States and 5 different countries as the league has become one of the nations top summer collegiate baseball destinations in the country.

“DTB is blessed and excited about the opportunity to partner with the SFCBL, and to be able to give top players from around the country the ability to swing premium quality wood bats. At DTB we have believed in what we call the “trickle up effect” as it pertains to professional baseball. We have provided professional players in the lower ranks with the highest quality wood bats and customer service and, watched as they have taken DTB with them as they rose up the ranks of professional baseball. We are thrilled to provide these same quality bats to the players in the highly competitive, elite caliber collegiate baseball atmosphere that the SFCBL presents.  We look forward to partnering with them as these elite players strive to attain their dreams”, said Dove Tail CEO Paul Lancisi.

Opening night for the SFCBL will be held on Friday night June 4th at Little Fenway in Delray Beach which is a replica field of Fenway Park in Boston.  All games are free of charge with opportunities to win prizes on field and fans can enjoy the excellent competition in the shaded bleachers.  Come out and support Dan Tuffarielo of Dove Tail Bats as he throws out the ceremonial first pitch.  You never know you could be watching a future major leaguer right here in the South Florida Collegiate Baseball League!

About the South Florida Collegiate Baseball League
The 10 team South Florida Collegiate Baseball League is a wood bat summer collegiate baseball league based in the heart of South Florida which gives amateur players an opportunity to showcase themselves in hopes of reaching the professional ranks. Players have an opportunity to develop their skills at a high level of play and be evaluated by scouts. Teams play a 40-game regular season schedule with games beginning in June and ending in the last week in July. All games are 9 innings, with most doubleheaders scheduled on the weekends. The All-Star game is played in mid July, and the League Championship Series concludes in the first week of August.

Tabbed as one of the top summer collegiate baseball leagues in the country the SFCBL will begin its 11th season of play Friday June 4st with most games beginning between 630-7PM.  Locations of games vary from Palm Beach Gardens down to Ft. Lauderdale with most sites being in Palm Beach County and the central hub being Delray Beach.  The wood bat summer league serves as an opportunity for the best amateur college baseball players to develop in a competitive environment while getting exposure from Major League scouts.