Sam Bat Its in the game MLB 15 The Show

 * Sam Bat was one of nine companies whose equipment and logos are featured in the new MLB 15 The Show video game. ....  

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By Bob Elliott The Ottawa Valley bat-making facility Sam Bat is in with the big boys now.

MLB 15 The Show has new features universal rewards and licensed equipment.

Players will use the same gear you see major leaguers wearing from nine of the “most iconic brands” in baseball.

This year when playing MLB 15 The Show your players will wear Franklin, Louisville Slugger, Nike, Under Armour, Wilson, Rawlings, Sam Bat, Mizuno and Marucci equipment.

Players will use the same batting gloves, bats, fielding glove and cleats that they use between the lines.


SONY produced this promo which puts Arlene Anderson’s Carleton Place company -- The Original Maple Bat Corporation.

Two-time MVP Miguel Cabrera used a Sam Bat (34-inch, 32-ounce, MC-1 model.)

Andsamerson and husband Jim Anderson, bought Maple Bat seven years ago from founder Sam Holman. The Carleton Place factory makes bats for roughly 470 pro players from all 30 teams.

Arlene Anderson has been a regular on the Canadian Baesball Network's annual top 100 most influential Canadians in baseball since 2010 and was ranked as high as No. 4 in 2012 after Cabrera's first MVP year.

Alfred Maione, director of pro sales, has been a busy man over the years signing up players and building the bats to a player’s satisfaction where he sticks with it despite a slump.

Besides Cabrera, their 2014 roster of 136 big leaguers includes the like of all-star and every day players such as Bryce Harper, Robinson Cano, Chris Carter, Andre Ethier, Ryan Braun, Matt Holliday, Prince Fielder, Ryan Howard, Carlos Ruiz, Melky Cabrera, Alfonso Soriano, Rajai Davis, Aramis Ramirez, Avisail Garcia, Alexei Ramirez, Carlos Santana, Asdrubal Cabrera, Alcides Escobar, Omar Infante, David Freese, Jesus Montero and Rickie Weeks.