The Collegiate League of the Palm Beaches is pleased to announce the addition of PRIMAL 9 to the league for the 2022 season.
Owner David Torres started PRIMAL 9 in 2018 with one just one team, but since has built one of the more respected organizations for travel baseball in south Florida. Now with multiple summer showcase teams that compete in various local tournaments like Prospect Select and others, PRIMAL 9 annually sends players to collegiate programs across the country and has seen alumni move into the ranks of professional baseball as well. Torres has built PRIMAL 9 along the core values of providing a positive, respected, well-run and competitive environment throughout his organization.
When asked about PRIMAL 9 joining the CLPB, Torres said “I feel that becoming a part of the CLPB, will provide college athletes that still want to continue to put in the work a professional environment to compete and build on their skills here in sunny south Florida. CLPB leadership has been very welcoming, which just solidifies our choice to be a part of the league.”
Entering it’s 6th season of competition in 2022, The CLPB is a 10-team summer collegiate wood-bat baseball league located in Palm Beach County, Florida. In addition to 4 league-owned clubs the Juno Beach Loggerheads, North Palm Beach Flamingos, Palm Beach Snowbirds and 2021 league champion Jupiter Wave, PRIMAL 9 joins five independently owned franchises which compete in the league. Returning for the 2022 season in addition to PRIMAL 9, those franchises include; the Parkland Sharks, Elite Squad, Wellington Colts, Vipers Baseball, and Palm Beach Marlins.