Introducing our newest membership plans

Posted by Bat Club USA on May 18th 2021

At Bat Club USA, we are always looking for ways to bring our members more value and better flexibility. That way we can empower more confident ball players who love the game, reach new heights and are prepared to leave their mark on the world. That's why we’re excited to introduce our new levels of membership: Pro 18, All Star 12 and Hall of Fame 12. These new levels are designed to create the easiest and most affordable Bat Club USA experience yet. Click this link to explore the full list of benefits of each new membership level.

Pro 18 is our most cost effective plan and extends payments to 18 months. This reduces your monthly spend by an average of $10 per month for most items. Members on the Pro 18 get the flexibility of monthly payments and the ease of switching out-of-warranty items that are past the manufacturer warranty period.

All Star 12 (previously the All-star upgrade) now includes both ADAPT mental skills coaching as well as Iron Orr fitness training. Members who signed up for the All-star upgrade will now receive access to this additional content through the All Star 12.

Hall Of Fame 12 is our ultimate package and provides the best value of all our membership plans. Some of the key benefits are access to both ADAPT mental skills and Iron Orr training, plus no switch fees ever and item protection at no additional cost.

About Bat Club USA

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Bat Club USA was founded for a simple reason. Every athlete deserves to use the best equipment.
Our founders Erik and Oscar have been around the game of baseball for the past 20+ years. Both of Cuban descent, baseball played a vital role in their lives as they grew up in Miami. Oscar played organized baseball through high school, and Erik continued playing through college and professionally for the Toronto Blue Jays. After hanging up the cleats on the field, both realized it was still important to continue their passion for the game by coaching and mentoring the next generation of ball players and Erik was able to do so by opening his own academy in South Florida.