Proud Sponsor of Central Cal Baseball Academy and Mardi Gras Madness

Proud Sponsor of Central Cal Baseball Academy and Mardi Gras Madness
May 9, 2012 | Press Releases | no comments

May 9, 2012

LinkUs Enterprises, a technology integration provider, is pleased to announce their continued sponsorship and support for the Central Cal Baseball Academy (, an organization founded to train and support young baseball players from disadvantaged areas of the central valley. With a focus on good grades and community service, these young and talented players are going to make a big difference in the world.

Founded by Terance Frazier, former Fresno State University Baseball and member of the Oakland A’s, the Central Cal Baseball Academy teaches baseball fundamentals to young players and awards scholarships to those who earn a 3.5 or better GPA in each academic period. Central Cal Academy teams sometimes travel to participate in tournaments and to visit colleges where the players and their families have an interest in the player attending.

The Central Cal Baseball Academy players regularly participate in community service projects throughout the year, including food drives to support local military families, support for local youth centers, volunteering at local homeless shelters and more. The Central Cal Baseball Academy also delivers help and guidance to ensure each player keeps up with their academics.

The academy is supported by such notable players-turned-coaches as Terry Pendleton, Bob Bennett, Matt Garza, Ricky Manning Jr., Jack Clark, and Tony Gwynn to name a few.

As one of the sponsors for Central Cal Baseball Academy’s Mardi Gras Madness night, a masquerade ball and casino night to benefit the Academy, LinkUs is proud to support the mission of the academy and help the youth of central California gain access to excellent baseball instruction while ensuring they gain self-confidence and a well-rounded sense of community.