Becoming A Scout
There are alot of people out there that at times, think about becoming a scout. They have relationships with high school and college coaches, and truly want to help players. Some of them are lucky enough to become a "bird dog" or associate scout with a MLB Team.
Now the facts! They don't get paid, and if they get reimbursements for expenses, they are lucky! They also have committed to work and submit information ONLY to the one team they are working with.
What does that mean? Well, if the club they work with does not want that player, there is little the scout can do.
With GSB, our goal is to help the players and teams at the same time. We do not pick one over the other. We do not represent players, and are not agents. Our goal is to help players get to the Next Level. For some, this may be college, for others it may be professional. Since 1998, we have helped more than 2,000 athletes into 23 countries obtain the opportunities they desired. And we do all of this by having a quality network of scouts, with the same common goals.....
So we take it serious, and only look for character individuals that are on the same mission we are.....Educate, Evaluate & Expose!
The GSB Difference
When a scout is approved with GSB, sure they receive business cards, a polo shirt, welcome packet with scouting reports and more, but they join a team with other committed individuals.
Scouts go through training to utilize technology, and learn common terminology. By using state of the art technology, scouts are able to work more efficiently and feel connected with the team. All scouts get posted online for verification in their area.
If you want to start the process in becoming a part of the largest scouting network in the world,
Click Here and begin the process!