Posted By Matt Grabusky On Sunday, June 10th, 2012 With 1 Comment

The goal of Big League Futures is to provide exposure and opportunities to as many high school and college baseball players, as possible.

Our showcases provide a professional environment for players to display their skills in front of professional scouts, college coaches, and media.  Big League Futures follows players from the day they register for one of our showcases through their graduation, keeping their profile as up to date and accurate, as possible.  In addition to keeping a player’s information on the BLF website, e-mail updates are sent to our growing network of scouts and coaches.

BLF began as MLB Draft Guide and grew into Big League Futures following the 2012 MLB Draft.  We provide draft profiles for as many players as possible, rankings, mock drafts, observations, and news that relates to the draft.  Quality draft related content from other sites is linked to in our (near) daily draft links post.


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  1. Nick says:

    No web sight. I’m a college baseball follower and notice every year the draft misses on several good college players, flying under the radar. I call them the “clutch moment players” who show off over-and-over game after game. If drafted they go low or never get drafted. Perhaps, no scout saw what I did? Yes it hard to be a all games but fans like me see what they are looking for.
    I’ll drop a couple of name on you to add to your list.
    Loving the stuff you print.

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