Perfect Game USA has launched a new web-site that will revolutionize amateur
scouting as we know it: BaseballWebTV.com:
Already known as the World's Largest Scouting Report Service, Perfect Game
through the BaseballWebTV.com website will bring scouting video to the world
For years, scouts, cross-checkers and scouting directors for big-league teams
as well as college recruiters have used Perfect Game showcase and tournament
events as a valuable resource to evaluate the best and brightest young baseball
players in the nation, and even the world. Perfect Game assembles the best
players from across the globe to one unified location, where the players are not
only able to strut their stuff in front of so many important observers, but with
and against the best players in the nation.
Perfect Game, along with the tournament division of their operations, the
World Wood Bat Association (WWBA) annually hosts the biggest tournament event of
the year at the joint spring training complex of the Florida Marlins and St.
Louis Cardinals in Jupiter, Florida. The past two years this event has been hit
hard by rain due to hurricanes, and this year Hurricane Wilma caused the event
to be pushed back a month. By pushing the event back a month, it entered the
dead period of college recruiting, meaning college recruiters could not attend
this event to scout prospective players. While the Major-League scouts could
still attend, not having the throng of colleges in attendance could be a major
deterrent for the players of the 80-plus teams that participate.
With this problem, Perfect Game USA decided to push up the launch of this new
venture, BaseballWebTV.com, which debuted on Thursday, December 15th. The idea
is to take video of each and every game at the Jupiter tournament event and make
it available for all to view from the comforts of their own home. While college
recruiters were not able to attend the event due to the fact that it fell in the
dead period, there is nothing preventing them from watching such videos from
their own home or office.
That is just one example of how advantageous BaseballWebTV.com will be.
Imagine a college recruiter that wants to see two separate players playing at
two separate events on the same weekend. Or, envision a scouting director that
wants to see live video of a player they have not yet seen to enhance a scouting
report provided from an area scout. Are you a proud parent that wants to tape
your son's game and have the video available for all to see? Or even a parent
that cannot attend the nation-wide events that your son attends? There are also
fans like yours truly that can never be satisfied with the amount of scouting
information currently available. BaseballWebTV.com will appeal to so many
different people that it will indeed revolutionize baseball scouting as we know
And there will be many more features than just the games from WWBA's
tournament events. There will be scouting profiles, ranging from individual
player profiles to top prospect lists. Friends and family members will be
encouraged to take video of their sons and friends and supply that video to
BaseballWebTV.com so that everyone can enjoy watching those players'
performances over the course of the year. The 60-yard dash, batting practice,
infield and outfield drills and other aspects from Perfect Game showcase events
will also be available to be viewed. There will be daily recap shows from
tournament events, showcase and tournament highlights, interviews with players,
coaches and scouts as well as instructional videos. BaseballWebTV.com also
plans on spreading their wings to cover college and minor league baseball as
well, to cover the vast number of players that have already attended Perfect
There will be varying levels of video features for viewers. Some of the
programming will be free of charge for all to view. Other videos can be
purchased individually, and there will be subscription packages as well.
Be sure to check BaseballWebTV.com out today, and become a part of the
Patrick Ebert is affiliated with both Perfect Game USA and Brewerfan.net,
and can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.