Bad Bulls Sports Club organizes 1st edition of Corporate Baseball League in India


 21st March 2017, New Delhi: Bad Bulls Sports Club organized the first edition of Corporate Baseball League 2017 in India held at Embassy of United States, in the presence of was Mr. Richard Verma, Former-US Ambassador. The league was recognized by American Embassy Baseball & Softball Community and supported by GENES, T-10 Sports & BG Films. Employees from HCL Technologies won the league against Ernst & Young.

Mr. Britto Stephen, Organizing Secretary and Treasurer, Bad Bulls Sports Club said “The Corporate league is our next step to promote this game which is equivalent to any other sports loved in our country, we are sure the more we reach out with this game to the Indian masses the more it will be loved.”

A corporate baseball team can be a great way to encourage teamwork and give staff something to feel proud about outside of the office. The feeling of fun, companionship, and pride that having a corporate baseball team brings can enhance the productivity at work.

Mr. Stephen, further added “Bad Bulls Sports Club is a Group of passionate sports persons who have been devotedly nurturing the game at not only at the National level but also at International level. The loyal and devoted members of this Group are volunteers from all strata of the society.” 

Mr. Anthony Vanarajah, General Secretary, Bad Bulls Sports Club said “Partnering with Corporate teams will help us to improve the visibility of the game in the Indian Market”.

Such events will give a platform to Corporates to bring their employees,where they can learn a different ball game “Baseball” and at the same time enjoy the evening with their fellow-mates and families, whether they are playing or not. Considering our prime focus we want Indian parents to be aware of Softball as sport.

Baseball is a kind of game that requires all kinds of support personnel to help the team perform its best.  There will be plenty of activity for everyone to do and plenty of ways that you can get the entire company involved.

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