The Prospect Farm to be present at the RCBL Prospects League Evaluation Night
The Prospect Farm’s Scouting Director Chema Sanchez will be present and assisting with at the RCBL Prospects League evaluation night on July 27th. Chema and the RCBL team will be assessing the talent to later draft players into the 4 separate teams. We will also be educating players on the recruiting process and the importance of exposure to maximize your chances of getting a scholarship. Some colleges have been invited to attend the event to take a close look at the players who will be featured in the league.
The Rochester Collegiate Baseball League and the RCBL Prospects is one of the best up and coming summer baseball leagues in the area. Played under the direction of the Rochester Collegiate Baseball League, the RCBL Prospects Wood Bat League is designed for HIGH SCHOOL players who aspire to play college baseball in the future. Games are played during the month of August at local college fields.
The league features music, pa announcer, live online scoring with Pointstreak, and varsity or college level umpires. The RCBL strives to provide our players with a professional experience, and that includes playing at the finest facilities possible. In the past our games have been played at fields such as MCC, RIT, and U of R.
The league features two divisions:
RCBL Prospects Division 1:
This division is designed to be a showcase for players who intend to play college baseball in the very near future. Players in this division will typically fall in grades 10-12, however more talented freshman may be approved to tryout.
RCBL Prospects Division 2:
This division is designed for the travel level player who aspires to play college baseball in the future. Typically these players fall in grades 8-10. Players in this division are viewed as having the abilities needed to maintain a path toward a future in college baseball.
The Prospect Farm and RCBL have recently join forces to provide the best players in the area the exposure they need to move on and become the scholarship student athletes they deserve to be.