Personal Player Web Page
Baseball Factory will build your personal player page with video highlights and a detailed scouting report. Your page will be available to every coach and scout in the country through our player database giving you maximum exposure.
Top Talent Recognition
Baseball Factory will feature a live scouting blog throughout the event featuring in-game highlights and top performers.
College Coach and MLB Exposure
With all 30 MLB clubs having a representative present, and each player receiving an edited performance of their workout and game footage for college promotion, player’s will get maximum exposure to the “right people in baseball.” With the addition of a live stream broadcast of the event hundreds of college coaches, scouts, and baseball executives will get a chance to watch you perform!
Professional Evaluation & Guidance
Before the tournament, Baseball Factory scouts will offer training tips to make sure you’re ready for competition. During the event Major League Baseball scouts will work with players and evaluate talent.
The weekend will kick off with an awards ceremony where you will hear special keynote speakers and get your official Pre-Season All-America certificate.
A Jump Start On Your Spring Season
Playing against this level of competition will help sharpen your game and get you ready for Spring.
All-America Game Consideration
2022 and 2023 grads will be looked at by the Baseball Factory All-America Game Selection Committee for their chance to play in the 2021 All-America Game.
Baseball Factory Results
With over 5,000 players drafted into professional baseball, and 440 alone in the 2019 MLB Draft, the Baseball Factory knows how to develop talent and get High School players the exposure they need and deserve. In 2020, 70 of the 160 players chosen were Baseball Factory selections.
Over the past 2 years we have had the #1 overall pick, Spencer Torkelson who started with us at a Baseball Factory Middle School program, #2 overall in Bobby Witt, Jr who was a Baseball Factory Pre-Season All-American and Under Armour All-American at Wrigley Field, and #4 pick JJ Bleday and Riley Greene who also graced the fields of our Baseball Factory Pre-Season All-American events as well.
In addition, 100% of Div. I and Div.II programs and 96% of Div. III have at least one BF Aumnus.
It’s your turn for Greatness!
Bo Bichette – 2015 Pre-Season All-American; 2015 All-American; 2016 2nd Rd Pick- Toronto Blue Jays
Bobby Witt Jr. – 2018 Pre-Season All-American; 2017 & 2018 All-American; 2019 1st Rd Pick – Kansas City Royals
Now Is The Time To Make Your Mark
This selection of MLB stars and former All-Americans took the field at past Baseball Factory Pre-Season All-America Tournaments:
Nick Allen – 2016 Pre-Season All-American; 2016 All-American; 2017 3rd Rd Pick – Oakland Athletics
JJ Bleday – 2013 Pre-Season All-American; 2019 1st Rd Pick – Miami Marlins
Cole Brannen – 2016 Pre-Season All-American; 2016 All-American; 2017 2nd Rd Pick – Boston Red Sox
Khris Davis – 2005 Pre-Season All-American; 2009 7th Rd Pick – Milwaukee Brewers
Mason Denaburg – 2017 Pre-Season All-American; 2017 All-American; 2018 1st Rd Pick – Washington Nationals
Scooter Gennett – 2008 Pre-Season All-American; 2008 All-American; 2009 16th Rd Pick – Milwaukee Brewers (2018 All-Star)
Nolan Gorman – 2017 Pre-Season All-American; 2017 All-American; 2018 1st Rd Pick – St. Louis Cardinals
Jordan Groshans – 2017 Pre-Season All-American; 2017 All-American; 2018 1st Rd Pick – Toronto Blue Jays
Eric Hosmer – 2006 Pre-Season All-American; 2006 All-American; 2008 1st Rd Pick & World Series Champion with Kansas City Royals
Matt Liberatore – 2017 Pre-Season All-American; 2017 All-American; 2018 1st Rd Pick – Tampa Bay Rays
3 games guaranteed
Pre-Season All-American ceremony and awards presentation
Pre-Season All-American hat and jersey
Player Page with Professionally edited showcase video and certified Baseball Factory evaluation
College coaches and pro scouts will be able to watch the tournament via live streaming to provide additional exposure
Awards ceremony kick off – Fri, Jan 15th
Games, metrics testing, and showcasing – Sat, Jan 16 and Sun, Jan 17
*$50 off when paid in full. Payment plan is also available to reserve your roster spot.
*Price does not include lodging and food.
After registering we will send a confirmation with suggested hotels, closest airport and additional info.
Roster spots are limited by position.
Dave Burba: Dave is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who played for the Seattle Mariners, San Francisco Giants, Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians, Texas Rangers, and Milwaukee Brewers from 1990 to 2004. In his 15-year major league career, Burba’s record was 115–87, with 1,398 strikeouts, and a 4.49 ERA. Burba has since gone on to coaching, and became pitching coach of the Tri-City Dust Devils for the 2011 season, the class-A team of the Colorado Rockies. Burba has served as the Pitching Coach in Double-A (Hartford Yard Goats) for the Rockies, since 2016.
Tony Diaz: Tony is currently the 3B coach for the Minnesota Twins. He spent the last six years as the hitting coach for Caper. Diaz was drafted by the Anaheim Angels in 1995, but his career was cut short by an arm injury. He graduated from Florida International University with a marketing degree in 1998 and joined the Colorado Rockies organization in 2000. Diaz served as a hitting coach in the Arizona Rookie League for one season before joining the Casper staff in 2001.
Bobby Magallanes: Bobby is a former Team USA player that was drafted by the Seattle Mariners, and went on to play professionally with the Mariners, Cubs, and Astros. After playing, he started coaching with the LA Angels. He Managed at several levels of minor league ball, most being at the AA level with the Angels and White Sox. Prior to coaching he also scouted with the Angels, and has served as a Rover/Latin Liaison. Bobby is currently a hitting coach in the Cleveland Indians organization.
Wes Helms: Wes is a former Big Leaguer with the Braves, Brewers, Marlins, and Phillies. He spent 13 years in the Majors and had 75 homeruns while driving in 374 runs.
Mitch Sokol: Mitch is currently the Four Corners Area Scouting Supervisor for the Washington Nationals. He has scouted for 22 years and previously worked with the Cubs and Phillies. He also coached college ball at Iowa State University and the University of Toledo. He played at Iowa Western CC and then the University of Nebraska. He signed Bryce Harper.
Steve Scarsone: Steve is served as the 3rd base coach for the Oakland Athletics in 2017. In 2016, he was the manager of the Oakland A’s AAA affiliate the Nashville Sounds. He has managed professionally since 2009 and spent the previously 4 years at the AAA level. Steve played eight seasons in the Major Leagues with the Giants, Cardinals, Royals, Orioles, and Phillies.
Rick Sofield: Sofield is a former 1st draft pick out of high school, and went on to play for three years as a Major Leaguer for the Minnesota Twins. He previously served as Head Coach at the University of South Carolina – Beaufort, where he started the program from scratch in 2008, and built it into a winner immediately – compiling a record of 101-56 in three seasons. His previous experience at the college level includes stop as the Head Coach at the University of Utah and as an Assistant Coach at the University of South Carolina. His professional experience includes serving the role of Field Coordinator for the New York Yankees, Pittsburg Pirates, Los Angeles Dodgers and Montreal Expos. He also managed the Colorado Sky Sox, Class AAA affiliate of the Colorado Rockies.
Lee Tinsley: Lee is a former Major League outfielder – he spent 5 years in the big leagues with the Red Sox, Mariners, and Phillies. He was also the first base coach for the Mariners and Diamondbacks in the Big Leagues. Tinsley is currently the assistant Hitting Coach with the Cincinnati Reds.