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National Exposure

PG’s work begins when yours ends. Perfect Game is the industry leader in promoting the game of baseball and its amateur players by providing scouting reports, grades and video clips. All of these are displayed on the players’ individual profile pages, which are available at the fingertips of any college coach or pro scout on a website that receives more than 200,000 pageviews per day.

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In today’s fast-paced world Perfect Game is committed to supplying information to coaches and scouts as quickly and efficiently as possible across all social media platforms. That includes Twitter accounts @PerfectGameUSA and @PGShowcases that have over 110,000 followers.

While it’s not necessary to attend a Perfect Game Showcase to be ranked, it has become a big advantage for many players as it is the only way to guarantee a full scouting evaluation from our staff and get a PG Grade. Once evaluated all players are immediately factored in to our national rankings. Getting to see a player in both a full workout and in game action at a showcase is the best way for us to properly rank a player. A large percentage (well over 90 percent) of the top players in the country attend multiple Perfect Game events each year.

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No other scouting service has helped more players attain their dream of playing baseball at the next level than Perfect Game. PG prides itself in the ability to assist players in their search to find their new collegiate home and continue their playing careers. Since 2003, over 10,000 PG alumni have been selected in the MLB Draft and well over 1,000 players have made their Major League Baseball debuts.

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Many players have relied on showcases to maximize their national exposure. Make the investment in yourself to show Perfect Game and the rest of the baseball community your skills. Who knows, maybe we will see you at the Jr. National Showcase, National Showcase or even the PG All-American Classic.

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The most important things to evaluate on any player are their physical tools. For a position player, that is their hitting ability, fielding ability, speed/range, power potential, arm strength, and quantitiave measures of the speed, power, and quickness of a player's swing. For a pitcher, it is evaluating their delivery and arm action, along with their selection of pitches (i.e. fastball, curveball, changeup, etc.). A scout is also evaluating how much better he thinks a player is getting with normal growth and hard work (i.e. their projectability) for their body type and athleticism. Attention is definitely paid to a player’s intangibles as much as possible (i.e. hustle, character on and off the field, etc.). One thing that is not especially important is performance, because anything can happen at a short showcase event.
There are some showcases that attract hundreds of scouts and college coaches and there are some that will have much fewer. The most important thing to keep in mind is that thousands of colleges and all MLB teams utilize Perfect Game’s website as an important scouting tool.
PG dedicates our service not only to the players but to the scouts and college coaches. It starts with only inviting players that we think recruiters would want to see. Having prospects at our events and on our website increases their exposure to scouts and college coaches and allows the scouting community to utilize PG as an important scouting tool.

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PG scouts take notes on players at our tournaments, but it is at the showcase where we get more detailed information on each of the participants. Whatever activity the prospect is involved with on the field, our scouts watch and record detailed notes. During the workout sessions, we record 60-yard dash times, every throw from the infield, outfield and behind the plate gets radar-gunned, and we measure six important quantitative measures of the swing that are indicators of on-field success. Catchers get their pop times recorded and pitchers get evaluated and their velocities recorded during scrimmage play.  We video tape the workout portion of the showcase and video clips will be posted along with a comprehensive written report and PG grade on our website, which are heavily followed by college coaches and scouts. If you are looking for the highest level of exposure, you will want to attend a Perfect Game showcase.
Every participant at a Perfect Game showcase will be provided the opportunity to take part in a workout session, which typically includes a 60-yard dash and infield, outfield and catching throws to measure arm velocities, measure six important quantitative measure of the swing, along with a batting practice session. Prospects will be divided into teams and full-length games (usually 10 innings) will be played to provide pitchers an opportunity to get in front of college coaches and scouts and give position players an opportunity to perform in game situations.
Without Skillshow you will still be able to see short video clips of skills performed (i.e. pitching, throwing from outfield, bp, etc). Skillshow will Maximize & lengthen your showcase experience by getting a professionally produced video & using it long after the event. You can learn more at the this link - Videos.
To sign up online you must first signin to your Perfect Game account (upper right corner of home page) using your username/password. Next click on the blue 'My Account' button. Scroll down to 'Approved Events'. If you are approved for that showcase, click on the 'Register Now' for the corresponding showcase.
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Showcase Articles
National Showcase Video Recap
Monday, June 25, 2018
Take a journey with Perfect Game at the 2018 National Showcase with a behind-the-scenes look at the talent and stories of the best players from the high school class of 2019.
National Academic Top Prospects
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
The top prospect list from the 2018 Perfect Game National Academic Showcase, held June 16-17 at Perfect Game Park at LakePoint in Georgia, is now available.
'Athletes' headline PG National
Sunday, June 17, 2018
The PG National Showcase completed its 4-day run at The Trop on Sunday after giving the top 2019 prospects, including elite hitter Riley Greene, an opportunity to display their talents.
Espino brings heat to The Trop
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Scouts' guns lit up with repeated readings of 98 mph when 2019 right-hander Daniel Espino began firing fastballs at the PG National Showcase taking place at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Jefferson lives in the moment
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Nationally No. 14-ranked Las Vegas RHP DJ Jefferson was at Tropicana Field Friday pitching at the PG National Showcase, eager to show the hundreds of scouts in attendance what he has to offer.
Witt Jr. wears No. 1 quite well
Friday, June 15, 2018
Texas SS and Oklahoma commit Bobby Witt Jr. has held onto the 2019 No. 1 national prospect ranking for more than a year now, and he's at the PG National Showcase wearing that ranking well.
Hinds embraces PG National
Friday, June 15, 2018
Florida Panhandle SS and LSU commit Rece Hinds is at No. 4 in the 2019 national prospect rankings and made the most of the time he spent at the PG National Showcase in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Abrams relaxed, having a ball
Thursday, June 14, 2018
The PG National Showcase opened Thursday at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., and Georgia standout SS CJ Abrams arrived relaxed and determined to enjoy himself during his first showcase experience.
2-sporter Ealy off to the races
Thursday, June 14, 2018
No. 8-ranked 2019 Mississippi OF and Ole Miss two-sport commit Jerrion Ealy sprinted to a PG National Showcase record 6.13-second clocking in the 60-yard dash at The Trop on Thursday.
National ready to rock The Trop
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
The 18th annual PG National Showcase is back at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., for the first time since 2010, and No. 1-ranked 2019 Bobby Witt Jr. is among those ready to rock.
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