Program 15 and Future Stars Series President/CEO Jeremy Booth has announced the addition of Joe Doyle as senior analyst of Future Stars Series Digital as the next step toward expanding and accelerating player exposure and the organization’s global reach along numerous platforms and channels.
Doyle’s experience covering baseball extends from the amateur side through the big leagues, reaching the top of the market with numerous themes, including the MLB Draft, scouting and player development, and Major League Baseball. He’s the host of Over-Slot, a podcast centered around scouting and analytics.
“Joe has a hunger to be as good as he can be that’s hard to come by,” Booth said of the addition. “He’s aware, aggressive, focused, open, supportive, and well spoken. Those traits all line up as a pretty good fit here, as well as in this industry. I’ve had the opportunity to know him now for a couple of years and when Jason Churchill and I got together on staff, Doyle was at the top of the list. I’m expecting big things from JD as we get better with him here.
“I’m looking forward to having him in-house — and the fireworks that follow.”
“Doyle’s ability as a writer, analyst, and voice in the game of baseball is a welcomed addition to our efforts to travel additional paths at Future Stars Series,” said VP of Digital Content Jason A. Churchill. “We share a vision in line with what Future Stars Series and Program 15 are all about, and Joe’s drive, well-rounded view of the game, and high-level personal qualities are stand-out values needed to represent this organization.
“Joe will lead Future Stars Series’ coverage of the draft, amateur baseball as a whole, and provide premium baseball analysis from tip to tail through various digital channels.”
FUTURE STARS SERIES, launched in the fall of 2016 as a grassroots initiative between New Balance Baseball and PROGRAM 15 Sports to provide amateur baseball players across all economic levels an opportunity to reach their full potential through the training, development, and guidance of former MLB players, scouts, and coaches – has since emerged as the gold standard for player identification and development events in the amateur baseball world.
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