Since its inception in the fall of 2016, the Future Stars Series has earned a reputation as the most comprehensive amateur baseball player identification and development experience available. What began as a grassroots initiative between New Balance Baseball and PROGRAM 15 has put a spotlight on over 70 MLB Draft Picks and International Signings along with hundreds of college-committed players who have participated in Future Stars Series events.
Continuing their unwavering commitment to change the game of baseball, the organization announced the following details for confirmed 2022 Super Regional tournaments.
Wake Forest, NC – 9/9-11: Wake Forest University
Kansas City, MO – 9/9-11: KC Royals Youth Academy
New Orleans, LA – 9/9-11: New Orleans MLB Youth Academy
Houston, TX – 9/9-11: Houston Astros Urban Youth Academy
Dallas, TX – 9/9-11: Texas Rangers Youth Academy
Stockton, CA – 9/9-11: River Island Field, U of Pacific, Delta College
Chicago, IL – 9/9-11: TBD
Brampton, ON – 9/16-18: Flower City Community Campus (FCCC)
More locations are being added and will be announced once confirmed.
The New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series Super Regional Tournaments put a spotlight on highly talented teams from across the country. The exclusive events are limited to FSS Partner Programs with a focus on providing feedback, exposure, athletic testing, and reporting with predictive analytics captured and modeled into each player’s scouting database profile.
Players will be seen by major league scouts and college recruiters, and be evaluated by the FSS Scouting staff for potential selection to Future Stars Series invitation-only Scouting and Development events. Backed by decades of Pro Baseball experience, the Future Stars Series National Staff of former Major League and professional players, scouts, and coaches provide in-depth and credible evaluations that are trusted by Major League scouts and college coaches across the country.
Super Regional standings will be used for seeding next summer’s 2023 Future Stars Series National Championship Tournaments held in Lake Charles, LA. The events will be covered by a full broadcast and social media team reaching over 100 Million with online streaming available via GameKast Live.
Jeremy Booth, CEO and President of the Future Stars Series said, “This is a step we’ve tested in the past and have seen positive results. It’s just one of the steps we have, and like anything we do, it’s designed to have maximum value and return for organizations, players, colleges, and MLB clubs. We are looking forward to seeing these across the country this fall and every fall going forward.”
All Future Stars Series events work hand in hand with the Future Stars Series Foundation, providing players the opportunity to give back to their communities by working with groups rebuilding homes, scholarship programs, apparel and footwear donation, and other causes that directly and immediately impact people in need.
For the latest Future Stars Series event schedules and updates visit https://FutureStarsSeries.com/events