Natalie Hernandez Vinci Baseball Glove - Softball Spirit Magazine Article

Natalie Hernandez in the premiere issue of Softball Spirit magazine
By: Vinci Co., LLC
RICHMOND, Va. - Jan. 29, 2015 - PRLog -- Softball Spirit Magazine (

Vinci Company is proud to announce Natalie Hernandez is featured in an Interview in Softball Spirit Magazine January 2015 issue. SSM's initial issue.

Natalie is VINCI  first ever professional softball player and was welcomed to the company in September 2014, Hernandez played collegiately for the University of Illinois-Chicago before turning professional in June and is currently a GA at Robert Morris in Chicago.

Along with Natalie featured articles

Taylor Schlopy, Andi Williamson, and Jessica Mendez.

Pick up a copy and read the articles.  Help kick off this initial issue of Softball Spirit Magazine.

Vinci is a family-owned and operated sports equipment company dedicated to quality. A number of minor and major-league baseball players, and now our first professional softball player use Vinci equipment. Makers of baseball gloves, softball gloves, sunglasses, batting gloves and batpacks.
During the 2014 season with UIC, Hernandez started in all but one game at shortstop, was the lead-off hitter all season and finished with a .413 average.  Between February 23 and April 8, she went on a 13-game hitting streak.  Hernandez’s final season with the Flames ended with many honors including; All-Horizon League First Team, NFCA All-Great Lakes Region Third Team and Horizon League Honor Roll.  Hernandez was also named Batting Champion and to the All-Tournament Team at the Horizon League Championship in 2014 after posting a .563 average over four games with three home runs.
Tags:Baseball Gloves, Natalie Hernandez, Vincipro, Softball Magazine
Industry:Fitness, Sports
Location:Richmond - Virginia - United States
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