Player Development Complex
4301 Edison Ave. Fort Myers, Florida 33916
First 2014 Showcase
Indy Pro Showcase announces its first showcase for 2014. It will be on February 25-26 at the Player Development Complex at 4301 Edison Avenue in Fort Myers. This is where players dreams start every year as we have had our first Indy Pro Showcase in Fort Myers for the past 6 seasons. This great facility was the minor league complex of the Boston Red Sox and resulted in over 40 players getting contracts the last time we were at the complex. The Indy Pro Showcase is in its 8th season and has gotten over 900 players professional contracts during that span. “We can’t wait to start getting more players jobs as this is our passion. The Fort Myers showcase is always a very successful event.”, said Nick Belmonte, IPS co-founder. The Indy Pro Showcase will have 5 showcases throughout the 2014 season. Please check back often for the next announcements of future Indy Pro Showcases.
Indy Pro Showcase players make Baseball America Top Prospect List for the 6th year in a row
Baseball America has chosen rhp Michael Schweiss, inf Jon Dzombia, and rhp Marshall Schuler to their 2013 Indy Prospect List. This marks the 6th year in a row that players discovered by Indy Pro Showcase has had players chosen for this prestigious award. “We congratulate Michael, Jon, and Marshall for their outstanding year and can’t wait to see who we can add to the list next year”, said IPS co founder Nick Belmonte.
ALL STAR PLAYERS
The Indy Pro Showcase is proud to announce their All Star players of 2013 that have gotten jobs in pro baseball through the Indy Pro Showcase:
MIDWEST LEAGUE ALL STAR
2012 INDY PRO SHOWCASE’S PARTICIPANT BRANDON SINNERYSELECTED AS MIDWEST LEAGUE ALL STAR THEN GETS PROMOTED TO VISALIA
“We are proud of what Brandon has done this year. All he needed was the chance he was provided by Dave Marcon and I”, Nick Belmonte
INDY PRO SHOWCASE ALUMNUS
TIM BROWN FIRES THIRD NO-HITTER IN GRIZZLIES HISTORY
July 21, 2013
Gateway Grizzlies right-hander Tim Brown pitched the third no-hitter in Grizzlies team history Saturday night in a 9-0 win against the Lake Erie Crushers at GCS Ballpark. Brown’s performance marked the 17th no-hitter in Frontier League history.
“Indy Pro Showcase gave me the opportunity to continue to pursue my baseball career, an opportunity that I would not have gotten of I had not gone to the showcase or get voted to Baseball America’s Top Ten Indy Prospects” – Tim Brown, Baseball America Top Ten Indy Prospect