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The Problems

An MLB rookie will on average only play for 5-6 years in the big leagues.


Few players earn enough money from playing baseball to retire once they are done playing.


Many players end their career in college or pro ball without business relationships developed, the right resources available or enough knowledge acquired to smoothly transition into the next season of life.


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The Solutions

As a current player, learn how to maximize opportunities
only available as an active player.


As a former player, learn how to develop a passion
and purpose beyond the baseball field.


Connect with other current and former players who are experiencing or have experienced similar scenarios and decisions within their baseball and business career.


By the Numbers

  • College Players
    25,000+
  • Players Drafted Annually
    1250+
  • %of Signed Draft Picks to MLB^
    17%
  • MLB Roster Spots
    750
  • Average MLB Career*
    5-6 years

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