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DEMARINI SPORTS HISTORY

Since their inception in 1989, DeMarini has built game-changing bats in the United States. The Hillsboro, Oregon DeMarini plant and bat factory hosts the DeMarini innovation, design and production processes for signature baseball and softball bats like The Goods, Voodoo, CF and Prism.

RAY DEMARINI (1946-2001)
“I don’t do anything halfway. I’m either not interested or I’m obsessed. I’m just a freak.”

Ray DeMarini was one-of-a-kind. At the age of 40, playing on his company softball team quickly turned into a full-blown obsession with the sport. To become a competitive tournament softball player at 5’6” and 185 lbs., Ray knew he had to train smarter to hold his own amongst other hulking players. His scientific approach to training, a 96 mph batting speed and a bombastic attitude quickly earned him the reputation of a savage competitor among the biggest guys in his league.

Once on the pro circuit, it wasn’t long before Ray was discovered by ESPN producer and director Erich Lyttle. Impressed by his knowledge and technique, Lyttle tapped Ray to host a series of instructional softball videos called “Ray DeMarini’s Reflex Hitting System,”—still the most successful home video in ESPN’s history.

“The top bat manufacturers weren’t innovating. I realized there was a great opportunity to create a technical bat for the sophisticated ball player.”

Leveraging his name recognition and earnings from the videos, Ray turned his attention to creating an earth-shattering high-performance bat. He had the gumption but he needed an engineer—or as Ray put it—“a boot-strapping rocket scientist who could build an empire with pocket change.”

Ray’s friend Mike Eggiman, a Freightliner engineer, was adept at making something out of nothing. He seemed like the perfect person to help Ray build his empire on a shoestring budget. Soon DeMarini Sports would begin operating out of a dirt-floored barn. “There was no heat,” Ray recalled, “but every once in a while we’d feel the hot breath of a cow standing behind us.”

The two had great success with their tag-team operation, and as the company grew their collaborative dynamic stayed the same. With Ray at the helm and Mike as Chief Engineer, DeMarini Sports went on to deliver a series of industry firsts: the first high-performance youth bat, the first multi-wall bat and the first high-performance bat for massive players.

“Business is like sports. You’d better be ready to compete or you’re going to get your head handed to you. ”

While competitors’ corporate executives kicked their feet up in fancy corner offices, Ray split his time between a windowless office next to a batting cage and out on the field—hitting balls for up to 6 hours a day.

Ray was the personification of insane dedication. Even after being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in 1998, Ray kept working. When the cancer eventually claimed his eye, he was still out at the field—hitting in an eyepatch.

Ray’s intensity and drive remains at the core of the company today. From a dirt-floored shack to today’s 80,000 sq. ft. industrial complex, DeMarini keeps checks checking off milestones at a clip that would make Ray proud.

DeMarini Sports Timeline

1987: The 5'6" Softball Giant. Known among avid players as the 5'6" softball giant, Ray DeMarini's unbelievable on-field performance and bombastic attitude lands him a partnership with ESPN. Together they create a landmark instructional video: Ray DeMarini REFLEX HITTING SYSTEM.

1989: DeMarini Is Founded. Ray sets his sights on creating high performance bats for the masses. Begins building bats for his friends out of his garage. Ray founds DeMarini Sports, headquartered in Hillsboro, OR; and coins the company motto Insane Dedication To Performance.

1990: DeMarini Expands. Ray enlists the help of engineer and then-colleague Mike Eggiman. The two operate out of a dirt-floored barn, building their own equipment as they go along.

1991: Full-time. Ray leaves his corporate cubicle to build bats full-time.
v 1998: DeMarini moves out of Ray's garage into a new facility with 25% of the square footage dedicated to the hitting cage.

1999: Made In The USA. Determined to keep manufacturing in the USA, Ray Demarini refuses offers to sell DeMarini to Nike and other sporting goods companies who would move the operation overseas.

2017: Factory expansion adds 38,000 square feet to expand the HQ factory footprint (today’s 80,000 sq. ft. industrial complex) to accommodate further growth and custom bat building operation. The entire DeMarini team moves in to the newly-expanded factory HQ. This allows DeMarini to continue to grow and make the best bats in the world made here in the USA.

DeMarini Voodoo OG Flag Backpack     DeMarini 2022 Uprising (-11) USA Approved Bat     DeMarini CF Adult Batting Gloves

Building the best baseball, fastpitch and slowpitch bats in the world since 1989.

Building the best baseball, fastpitch and slowpitch bats in the world since 1989.

Since their inception in 1988, DeMarini builts their game-changing bats in the United States. The Hillsboro, Oregon DeMarini plant, factory hosts thier innovation, design and production processes for signature baseball and softball bats like The Goods, Voodoo, CF and Prism. In 2012, the company expanded the business by adding softball and baseball gear and apparel.

DeMarini's Doublewall technology employs two independent walls to create a springboard hitting surface, extending the center of percussion along the length of the barrel. They also produce bats, such as the Nitro and Diablo, with a single wall. The most common bat is the CF series and the Vodoo series.

Since their inception in 1988, DeMarini builts their game-changing bats in the United States. The Hillsboro, Oregon DeMarini plant, factory hosts thier innovation, design and production processes for signature baseball and softball bats like The Goods, Voodoo, CF and Prism. In 2012, the company expanded the business by adding softball and baseball gear and apparel.

DeMarini's Doublewall technology employs two independent walls to create a springboard hitting surface, extending the center of percussion along the length of the barrel. They also produce bats, such as the Nitro and Diablo, with a single wall. The most common bat is the CF series and the Vodoo series.