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Frequently Asked Questions
About Open Tryout Camps

Questions and Answers from the:
Major League Scouting Bureau

Question: Who is in charge of your tryout camps?
Answer: Territorial scouts from the Major League Scouting Bureau sponsor the tryouts. They work for Major League Baseball and all 30 major league organizations

Question: Are there any age requirements as to who can tryout?
Answer: All players must be at least 16 years old to participate

Question:: What should I bring to the camp?
Answer: Bring gear that you would practice or play a game in. (Hat, cleats, glove, baseball pants). Bats and balls are provided at the workout. Catchers may want to use their own catching gear.

Question: Is there any cost involved to tryout?
Answer: The tryouts are free of charge. Transportation costs are those of the participant

Question: I'm a center fielder and a pitcher. Can I tryout at both positions?
Answer: No, a participant will be asked to choose their best position

Question: Can I go to other MLSB Open Tryout Camps?
Answer: Yes, participants can attend as many of the tryouts as they wish

Question: Do I have to register for the camps?
Answer: Registration cards will be passed out prior to the beginning of each camp to identify each participant

Question: Who watches the players at these camps?
Answer: All thirty major league baseball organizations are invited to the tryouts

Question: If a team is interested in me after seeing the tryout, can they sign me to a professional contract on the spot?
Answer: No, the tryout camp must be finished and the participant cannot sign until he leaves the facility

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