Hand in hand with the famous brand of footwear, apparel and sports accessories New Balance, the Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy (CBBA) is preparing for what will be the first of four unique recruiting and exhibition events of its kind in Puerto Rico. A series of similar events called the Future Stars Series – Regional Combine is being held on the island for the first time.

These events, which include a demonstration, are very common in the United States, but not here in the country, because they are perceived as a unique experience and a great opportunity to shine, not only for CBBA students, but also for young people who study grades between nine. eighth and twelfth and who are involved in baseball, although they do not belong to the academy.

“The World Baseball Classic showed us that the elite level of baseball players is not only from North America. Here’s how we could see it with defending champions Japan and a large representation of teams from the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe and more. So, being able to work on an event like this is very important for the development of our potential clients and for them to experience the reality of the opportunities here on their island,” explained Orlando Melendez, CBBA Executive Director.

The first meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 11, 2023 at 8:00 a.m. at the Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy in the municipality of Florida. For the first, the number of places is limited 200 Interested youth who register and receive an invitation go through this link or call 787-822-6060.

It’s going to be a week full of baseball and great opportunities for participants starting with the first The “Stars of the Future” series is a regional combine This will be just one day before the traditional CBBA Senior tournament, which is also open to the general public.

“We are very enthusiastic about the contribution to the future of Puerto Rican sports that we can make through events like this. We are baseball’s leading public relations academy, and achieving this type of initiative is essential to begin driving good and important change for baseball in our country,” added former major leaguer and academy owner Carlos Beltran.