Detroit’s Villarreal has been wearing Vinci’s glove, model BV1150-M, seen below. On Tuesday, he was called in for a relief period which led to 5 strikeouts & 0 hits. The video below shows each strikeout pitch! Enjoy!
We at Team Vinci are happy to say that Carlos Torres is to be called up to the Colorado Rockies later today. After being 2-1 with a 2.88 era pitching for the triple a Sky Sox, Carlos is slated to be a long reliever with the big league club.
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Carlos is not only someone who wears our baseball glove, he has become a very good friend.
Luis Marte is the latest member of the Vinci Team to make it to the Major Leagues. After having a stellar 2011 season with the Erie Seawolves, Luis compiled a 3-0 record, 1.70 ERA with 68 strike outs in 53 innings pitched.Going directly from AA ball, Luis got called up to the Detroit Tigers on September 1st and made his first ever Major League appearance that night. In his second appearance,on September 3, Marte pitched a perfect ninth inning to earn his first major league victory after Detroit staged a dramatic come back win in the bottom of the ninth.
Luis Marte gets his first major league victory September 3,2011
We at Vinci are happy for you and wish you many years of success for the rest of your career.
Lester Oliveros is a relief pitcher for the Minnesota Twins. He has worn a Vinci baseball glove since his time with the Detroit Tigers minor leagues.
“I’ve been using Vinci gloves since 2010,” said Oliveros. “It’s the best glove I’ve used in my career. I like the feel and comfort of the glove. Definitely a winner.”
Oliveros was called up to the Detroit Tigers on July 1, 2011 to replace the injured Al Alburquerque. He appeared in nine games for the Tigers this season. On August 16, Oliveros was traded to the Minnesota Twins. He was assigned to the Rochester Red Wings, the Minnesota Twins AAA affiliate.
“Lester is a really great guy,” said Pete Vinci, owner of Vinci. “He represents Vinci well. He’s a hard thrower with a lot of heart. We would like to congratulate him on his recent call up and wish him the best in the major leagues.”
Oliveros joins several other top athletes in both the American and National League who wear the Vinci brand.
“Vinci makes a great glove,” said Soria. “I bring all I can to each game, and I expect a lot from my equipment. My Vinci glove always serves me well.”
Soria made his Major League debut on April 4, 2007. In May of 2010, Soria got his 100th save against the Texas Rangers. He was picked for the 2010 All-Star Game, the second of his career. He finished the season with a 1.78 ERA and 43 saves in 46 opportunities. In 2011, Soria has accumulated 14 saves as of July 5th.
“We are thrilled to have Joakim wear a Vinci glove,” said Pete Vinci, owner of Vinci. “We have followed him throughout his career and consider him a personal friend of the family.”
Soria joins several other top athletes in both the American and National League who wear the Vinci brand.
About the Vinci Model JC3300 Baseball Glove
The Vinci Model JC3300 baseball glove utilizes 5 oz. Vinci exclusive comfort feel genuine leather for the best feel and comfort in the industry. Our comfort feel genuine leather is pre-treated at the factory allowing for a much shorter break in time. The high quality leather allows our gloves to be durable, yet playable and retain their shape longer. They also come with heavy-duty thumb and pinky loops, along with thumb and pinky supports which help retain the glove shape. Our pittards leather finger linings offer the feel and durability of a major league baseball glove, without the major league price tag.
Vinci is a family owned and operated sports equipment company dedicated to quality. Each product in the line is researched, designed, and developed by Peter Vinci. Every glove model number has a particular meaning behind it. For additional information about Vinci, please visit http://www.vincipro.com
We at Vinci are proud of the excellent product review we received on our Vinci Multi Lens Sunglasses from Sport Product Review
The first thing my son said when he opened the case housing a pair of white Vinci baseball sunglasses was, “These are tight.” And he hadn’t even tried them on.
That was his way of saying that the glasses Vinci (www.vincipro.com) had sent us to try were cool. Whether you’d describe them as “cool”, “tight” or “super-duper,” there is so much going for these shades you’re sure to have the same reaction he did.
They come with three different types of impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses (smoked, blue-coated “mirrored,” and orange), which are easy to interchange. It’s like getting three different pairs of glasses for the price of one. You will always have the right lenses for the sun. The rubber ear tips make them extremely comfortable, while the rubber nose pads are adjustable and help them from bouncing as you move. They boast a total wrap-around profile to give better field of vision along with 100% UVA and UVB protection. They’re foldable and lightweight and, for a limited time, come with a free black holding case to protect them in an equipment bag.
So now, my son who never used to wear sunglasses while he played won’t take the field without them. Oh, and when he did put them on the first time…they fit perfectly. Not too tight at all.
Vinci, makers of high quality baseball gloves and equipment, is entering Japan with Carlos Torres of the Giants.
Torres has worn a Vinci glove since 2008 with the Charlotte Knights, the AAA affiliate for the Chicago White Sox. For the Giants he is wearing a Vinci Model CT82baseball glove.
Carlos Torres(on left) in Japan for the Giants
“I am excited and am looking forward to this opportunity to work hard and compete at such a high level,” said Torres. “With such a quality glove, a sense of family and great people, you can’t go wrong. That’s why my Vinci baseball glove is going everywhere with me.”
Torres has played for the Chicago White Sox in the major leagues in the 2009 and 2010 seasons. His first major league victory was an inter league game between the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago cubs.
“We are happy to see him play for the Giants in the Japanese major leagues,” said Pete Vinci, owner of Vinci. “We wish him and his team great success.”
The Japanese Major Leagues is called Nippon Professional Baseball. A season is played from April through October and consists of 144 game schedule. The Giants are rich in history similar to the New York Yankees.
Vinci is a family owned and operated sports equipment company dedicated to quality. Each product in the line is researched, designed, and developed by Peter Vinci. The model number of every glove always has a particular meaning behind it. For additional information about Vinci, please visit http://www.vincipro.com