Question by  Viral (6)

How can I find out about minor league baseball tryouts?

I want to try out for as many teams as it takes to make one.


Answer by  thirdredhead (21)

The best place to look would be to goto a sports agency. If you do not have the money for that the other option would be to go to the front office or call of every sourounding baseball team and inquire about their farm teams. If you know when the where the tryouts are sign up.


Answer by  LCA1553 (176)

Your best option is to go to every minor league team's website. This includes all Class-AAA, AA, and A league teams, as well as regional Independent baseball leagues (such as the Frontier League). Tryout information is typically listed.


Answer by  danny25 (83)

Currently the tryout dates for 2010 are being determined by MLB. Once they are determined, there will be camps througout the US. Anyone over 16 can tryout.


Answer by  Hooper (23)

Minor League baseball teams can be found at many different levels in most states. If there is a team that is stationed near your home, contact the team directly to find out about public tryouts. Otherwise, go to the teams web page and find the "contact us" link on the teams web page and email your questions.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

If you contact each major league baseball team, a lot of times in the winter they will hold open tryouts for players trying to make their minor league teams. Once you do, they should give you times and dates.


Answer by  Kurt (4579)

Go to the internet and get contact information for each professional baseball team in the major leagues. Get a name and phone number of each team's general manager's office. You can call and ask for more information on tryouts.


Answer by  bjc (354)

All major league baseball teams offer minor league tryouts, look on their websites for lists of professional tryout dates in your area.

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