The focus of the Frequently Asked Questions page is to provide clear, concise information about the combine’s purpose, the testing procedures, registration, fees, and any other relevant details. If you don’t find your answer contact us.

What is a Baseball Combine?

A baseball combine is an event where athletes showcase their skills and physical abilities through a series of standardized tests and drills. It provides an opportunity for players to be evaluated by scouts, coaches, and recruiters from higher levels of play, including collegiate and professional organizations.

Who Can Participate in the Baseball Combine?

The combine is open to baseball players of various age groups and skill levels. Specific combines may target certain age ranges or skill levels, so please check the eligibility requirements for the specific combine you are interested in.

How Do I Register for the Combine?

Registration can be completed on our website. Simply navigate to the “Registration” section, fill out the necessary forms, and submit your payment. Early registration is recommended as spots are limited and tend to fill up quickly.

What is the Cost to Participate?

The cost varies depending on the combine’s location, duration, and the extent of testing. Detailed pricing information is available on our registration page. Please note that fees may cover testing, use of facilities, and inclusion in the combine’s scouting database.

What Tests and Drills Will Be Conducted?

Common tests and drills include the 60-yard dash, batting practice, infield and outfield drills, pitching velocity and accuracy, and agility tests. The specific tests conducted may vary by combine.

How Should I Prepare for the Combine?

Athletes are advised to be in good physical condition and practice core baseball skills such as running, throwing, and hitting. Additionally, getting ample rest before the event and staying hydrated is crucial.

What Should I Bring to the Combine?

Participants should bring baseball attire, including cleats, gloves, bats, and helmets. It’s also important to bring water, snacks, and any personal items you may need throughout the day.

How are Results Shared?

Results are compiled and shared with participants via email or through our website account login and public leaderboards. They may also be shared with scouts, coaches, and recruiters, with the participant’s permission.

What is the Leaderboard?

The leaderboard is a dynamic ranking system that displays the results of participants’ performance in various baseball skills tests. It allows athletes, coaches, and scouts to see where participants stand relative to their peers in specific skills such as speed, power, agility, and overall performance.

How Are Leaderboard Rankings Determined?

Rankings on the leaderboard are determined based on the results of specific skills tests conducted during the combine. These may include metrics from the 60-yard dash, pitching velocity, hitting power, and other standardized tests. The specific criteria for ranking can vary by skill test.

How Often is the Leaderboard Updated?

The leaderboard is updated in real-time as test results are recorded and verified. This ensures that rankings reflect the most current data available. Please note that updates may depend on the processing time for each test’s results.

Can Parents and Spectators Attend?

Yes, parents and spectators are welcome to attend. However, there may be specific viewing areas designated to ensure the safety and focus of all participants.

What Happens in Case of Bad Weather?

In case of inclement weather, the combine may be rescheduled or moved indoors if facilities allow. Participants will be notified of any changes as early as possible.

How Can I Contact You for More Information?

For more information, please contact us via email at info@americanbaseballcombine.com. We are happy to answer any further questions you may have.

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