LIVE THE DREAM!
Get Paid to Play Baseball
Baseball parents, consider this: While a young player cannot be drafted until after his senior year of high school, there is no age restriction on being watched, followed or even “carded” by a scout. In some cases this process begins as early as 13 or 14 years old if the player shows the potential to develop major league tools in the future.
If you think your son has the talent to play pro baseball, you could play a big part in helping to make that happen. Whether that means sending him to elite baseball camps, getting him into the big showcases, driving him all over God’s green earth with travel baseball teams, or shelling out extra money for individual instruction and lessons.
As a baseball parent, the landscape is something of a mine field as far as deciding what is a sound investment of time and money and what is just a waste. You’ll find some good information on this website in regards to some of the questions you may run into as a concerned baseball parent. The road to becoming a professional baseball player starts early and it starts with parents.
If you're serious about granting your son every opportunity to sign a pro contract (whether he’s 10 years old or playing college ball), consider purchasing “Live The Dream: Get Paid to Play Baseball.” You owe it to him to give him the best chance to succeed! It could be the best investment you ever make in your son’s potential baseball career.
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