Baseball recruiting events give you the opportunity to impress college coaches. Very few student-athletes advance to the college level without participating in a baseball event. NCSA’s guide explains everything you need to know about the different types of baseball recruiting events. Get insider tips from NCSA’s baseball experts and find a baseball event to attend in our list of college baseball camps, clinics, combines and showcases below.
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There are four main baseball recruiting events: camps, showcases, combines and clinics. These events each offer something different to aid athletes in the recruiting process. Visit each page linked below to learn more about the specific benefits of each type of baseball event.
The MLB World Series is the biggest baseball event in the world. The annual championship series hosts the top team from the American League and the National League. The first World Series was held in 1903 in Boston, MA.
To decide which camp, clinic, combine or showcase is right for you, consider all these factors: your age, skill level, experience, and goals. For example, it doesn’t make sense to attend exposure-focused events before the summer after your sophomore year, since college coaches won’t be able to talk to you there.
Below, we break down when and why athletes typically attend each type of event.
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