Showcase | Story | 1/31/2019

On Deck: Indoor Showcases

Patrick Ebert        

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With much of the Upper Midwest blanketed by snow and sub-zero temperatures and the spring season still several weeks, to months, away from beginning, Perfect Game offers a handful of indoor-based showcase events in cold weather climates. These events are geared to giving players additional exposure opportunities leading up to their high school season, an important time of year to be recognized.

While the Great Lakes (started in 2017), National (2015) and Northeast Indoor (2015) Showcases are relatively new, the Pitcher/Catcher Showcase is held annually at Perfect Game’s headquarters in Cedar, Rapids, Iowa and is one of the first of its kind. The flagship event began in 2001 and has since seen 26 alumni graduate to the big leagues.

Notable past participants include, but certainly aren’t limited to: Chad Billingsley, Jeff Clement, Mike Foltynewicz, Justin Grimm, Jeremy Hellickson, Mitch Keller, Alex Lange, Jake Odorizzi, AJ Puk, Ryan Sweeney, Jacob Turner and Tony Zych.

There are four different events/locations spanning three different weekends from mid February to early March. Listed below are these events. Click on the hyperlink for each event to go to the individual event page where further details are shared. There, you can also sign up for an invite to attend. The Northeast Indoor is already at capacity so be sure to sign up and/or request an invite for one of the other three indoor events today.

Great Lakes Indoor Showcase
Feb. 16-17
Total Sports Complex
Rossford, Ohio

National Indoor Showcase
Feb. 23-24
Sports Barn
Lake St. Louis, Missouri

Northeast Indoor Showcase (event is full)
Feb. 23-24
Sports City of Farmingdale
Farmingdale, New Jersey

Pitcher/Catcher Showcase
March 2-3
Perfect Game Indoor Facility
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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