International Players

Approximately 40 percent of the players in organized baseball were born outside the United States. 

Most of those players sign during the summer when they are 16 years old, a signing bonanza that begins annually on July 2.

The money being spent internationally has skyrocketed in the last dozen years.


Every Major League Team has at least One Venezuelan Summer League (VSL) or Dominican Summer League Club (DSL).

The rosters for VSL and DSL are the same as other Rookie Leagues 35 Active players and 5 inactive.

Clubs that have two VSL or DSL teams are Pittsburgh. New York Mets and Yankees, Tampa Bay, Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia, Seattle, Detroit and Cincinnati.

What does this mean to you?
 You need to know how you rank against the influx of players coming in from other countries. For a detailed prospectus on your chances against these talented individuals, fill out the contact form now.

For these young players in the Dominican Republic, baseball is their life and they only play 100% all the time. They give up 2 to 3 years of their life in the hopes of making it to the big leagues. 

What are you willing to give up?