Baseball United announces official partnership with PFB.

ISLAMABAD -- Baseball is all set to rise in Pakistan as Baseball United, the first-ever professional baseball league focused on the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent on Wednesday entered into an exclusive partnership with Pakistan Federation Baseball (PFB).

The agreement will enable strategic integration of the two organization's growth plans with a focus on player development, national team training, fan experience, community outreach, global publicity, and sponsorship.

"It is a watershed moment for the development of baseball in Pakistan. It will give a major boost to the sport there. I am sure the country's true potential in the game will be known to the world now," Syed Fakhar Ali Shah, the president of the PFB told reporter on the phone from Ohio, US where the agreement was signed.

"We extend our deepest and most heartfelt gratitude to Kash Shaikh (President, CEO and Co-Owner, Baseball United) and Baseball United for their exceptional leadership, unwavering support, and extraordinary vision," he said.

"As the son of late Syed Khawar Shah, the revered founder of Pakistan Baseball, words cannot express the immense joy I feel as I witness the realization of our shared dream. For over three decades, Pakistan Federation Baseball has...

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