The American Baseball Coaches Association announced today that Pocket Radar has renewed its agreement as an Official Partner of the ABCA. Pocket Radar, a manufacturer of speed tracking technology for a wide range of applications, will continue as an ABCA Single Partner.
“We are proud to announce our continued partnership with Pocket Radar,” said ABCA Executive Director Craig Keilitz. “As the baseball training environment continues to place an emphasis on data and metrics, it’s critical for coaches to have access to equipment, like that of Pocket Radar, that allows them to capture and utilize that information to develop better baseball athletes.”
Pocket Radar, who exhibited at the 2020 ABCA Convention Trade Show, will provide featured content in the ABCA Press Box e-newsletter and will also host a free educational webinar during the year. Pocket Radar’s Expo Theater presentation from the 2020 ABCA Convention is also now available on ABCAvideos.org.
“We are very pleased to continue our relationship with the American Baseball Coaches Association,” said Steve Goody, CEO and co-founder of Pocket Radar. “As their organization continues to grow and the sport continues to embrace new and improved technology, we are committed to providing products and solutions that will help improve the way the game is coached and played.”
Additionally, Pocket Radar is offering current ABCA members free shipping on any purchase (only US orders).
About Pocket Radar
By providing accurate, affordable and convenient solutions in pro-performance radar technology, Pocket Radar Inc. has transformed the way in which coaches, players, recruiters and scouts understand the importance of metrics and data. Their advanced product line, including the revolutionary new Smart Coach Radar with companion app, is used to train with immediate objective feedback by everyone from National Championship winning programs to professional players and coaches. More information is available at www.pocketradar.com.
About the ABCA
The ABCA, founded in 1945, is the primary professional organization for baseball coaches at the amateur level. Its over 12,000 members represent all 50 states and 27 countries. Since its initial meeting of 27 college baseball coaches in June 1945, Association membership has broadened to include eight divisions: NCAA Division I, II and III, NAIA, NJCAA, Pacific Association Division, High School and Youth.