Joined by players Jack Walker, Ryan Faulks, Roc Riggio and Gavin Guidry, New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series powered by Program 15 CEO Jeremy Booth held a press conference at McMurry Park in advance of this week’s National Combine event.
The four-day event, which begins with a testing day on Sunday, will feature four teams comprised of some of the best home-grown amateur talent in the nation — the teams will be “Blue,” “Black,” “White” and “Green” and face off in competition in front of a large contingent of scouts and media. Approximately 75 players will be on the rosters, and two games will be played per day.
“We wanted to put together events that were truly player-focused, development-oriented,” Booth said. “They’re executed and designed by major-league professionals for the next group of major-league professionals…but this event is four years in the making. It’s taken a long time for us to get here. We’re excited to have a four-day event that will leave (players) better than when they got here. And, they’re going to leave us better than when we got here too.”
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