Major League Scouting Bureau

Are you looking for an MLB tryout? Are you ready to play at the professional level? Do you want a chance to become a big leaguer? The Major League Scouting Bureau Tryout is the chance you have been looking for. So do not wait any longer, schedule and prepare for a Major League Scouting Bureau tryout today.

The Major League Scouting Bureau is a centralized scouting organization for all clubs to evaluate talent all over the world. Every summer they hold a series of tryout camps for anyone to attend. You can learn more about their camps on this site along with scheduling and what to expect at an MLB Scouting bureau tryout. You can find tryout information including dates and times on this site. You can also find performance enhancement programs to improve pitching velocity, position player throwing velocity, Catcher Pop times, 60 Yard Dash and more!

The articles below are exactly what you need to be prepared for a professional baseball tryout. I would also highly recommend that you signup for the FREE pitching velocity video series and the position player video series to help you develop the skills and level of play that the MLB is looking for. If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to me.

Top 10 Projectable Qualities MLB Scouts Look For In Pitchers

top-10-mlb-scouting-projectionsGreat 3X Velocity Camp this weekend! We had an MLB Scout attending the camp and I asked him if he could give me a list of the top 10 projectable qualities Major League Baseball scouts look for in a pitcher. He was happy to help and I decided to get this information to you in this article.

If you are looking to play this game at a professional level then you need to understand what the professional level expects of you. After you read this list below on the top 10 projectable qualities MLB scouts look for when drafting a pitcher you will learn that performance on the mound has very little to do with it. It makes perfect sense because all scouts are definitely not hoping that when they find that diamond in the ruff, that he has seen his best days. They want an open canvas, with tons of potential, that they can mold, create and tap into.

In this article, I will go over some of the major misconceptions of what Major League Baseball scouts are looking for in pitchers and then I will give you the top 10 list that was given to me by an MLB scout for a team I can not mention. Let’s just say it starts with a B! You will also learn how the 3X programs where built to help develop most of these projectable qualities that scouts are looking for in a pitcher. [Read more...]

MLB Tryout Schedule and Tips 2013

Major League Baseball Tryout Schedule 2013It is go time! The 2013 Major League Tryouts are here, are you ready?

So you are hoping to get picked up by a pro team this summer? Or are you a high school player curious to see what pro baseball is all about? Trying out for the MLB is an ambitious goal. The odds are against you but what did you expect, its pro baseball!

MLB Tryout Tips

As a pitcher I threw 94 mph at a Major League Tryout and didn’t get picked up! I am not posting this to brag, well maybe, but mainly to tell you my story so it will give you a good understanding of how this business works. After I hit 94 mph in a Major League Scouting Bureau Tryout Camp in California, I was sent to pitch for a Crosschecker with the Twins. My major issue was that I was 26 years old at the time. If you want to learn more about why I was 26 then you can learn more here. [Read more...]

2011 MLB Tryout Camps

2011 MLB Tryout CampsMajor League Scouting Bureau: Tryout camp schedule

Tryout camps are open for all players over 16 years of age. There is no fee. Registration will be done 30 minutes prior to start of camp. All players must bring their own equipment.

IMPORTANT: Each player must sign a liability waiver to participate. If player is under age 21, a parent or legal guardian must also sign the waiver. A waiver can be obtained under the “Liability Waiver” tab below or at tryout camp registration.

Tryouts subject to change.

Follow this link below to start educating yourself on what to expect! Best of luck guys!

FAQ MLB Tryout Camps

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MLB Tryout Camps 2010

MLB Tryout Camps 2010Major League Scouting Bureau: 2010 Tryout camp schedule

Tryout camps are open for all players over 16 years of age. There is no fee. Registration will be done 30 minutes prior to start of camp. All players must bring their own equipment. IMPORTANT: Each player must sign a liability waiver to participate. If player is under age 21, a parent or legal guardian must also sign the waiver. A waiver can be obtained in advance at mlb.com or at tryout camp registration. Tryouts subject to change.

DO NOT ATTEND A TRYOUT CAMP WITHOUT READING THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION.

Do not make the mistake and attend a MLB tryout camp without knowing what to expect and what they will expect of you. If you plan to make an impact this year with scouts I recommend that you visit at least two different camps in distant locations. Call up some teammates and make it a road trip. Each camp may have area scouts from different clubs and scouting bureau scouts who run the tryouts. The reason for attending more than one is to put yourself in front of as many area scouts as possible.

Follow this link below to start educating yourself on what to expect! Best of luck guys!

FAQ MLB Tryout Camps [Read more...]

FAQ MLB Tryout Camps

mlsb-tryoutFrequently Asked Questions About MLB Open Tryout Camps.

*Note: The information below comes from Major League Baseball at MLB.com. Please read the frequently asked questions below before posting a comment or sending us an email. [Read more...]

2009 MLB Tryout Camp Schedule

mlbMajor League Scouting Bureau: 2009 Tryout camp schedule

Tryout camps are open for all players over 16 years of age. There is no fee. Registration will be done 30 minutes prior to start of camp. All players must bring their own equipment. IMPORTANT: Each player must sign a liability waiver to participate. If player is under age 21, a parent or legal guardian must also sign the waiver. A waiver can be obtained in advance at mlb.com or at tryout camp registration. Tryouts subject to change.

Note: Please read the FAQ if you have any questions. [Read more...]