Do you want to play baseball in college?
Getting recruited to play baseball in college takes more than just being a good player – you need to get seen by college coaches.
How are Baseball America Clinics different from a baseball showcase?
Baseball showcases are designed for players who want to showcase their skills in front of college coaches. Showcases consist of workout sessions and at least one game. These events can be invite-only and they are restricted by the college baseball recruiting calendar. Baseball showcase events do not take place during “dead periods” when college coaches cannot contact players. In 2017, baseball recruiting dead periods take placeJ anuary 5-8, April 10-13 and for a few days in November.
Baseball America Clinics are open on a first-come, first-served basis as long as space is available, and featured not available at any other camp, combine, or showcase event:
- College coach attendance is guaranteed – a list of coaches is published for every event
- Games and workouts take place on one field in front of every coach
- Instructional sessions are run like college practices, by college coaches
- Maximized playing time – sign-ups are carefully controlled to maximize each participant’s playing time
- Players meet one-on-one with a college coach and receive a written evaluation
- Parents are encouraged to join one-on-one meetings with college coaches.