Xtremeline Baseball has helped over 20 players get signed to Major League Baseball contracts since 2012.
Former Xtremeline Baseball player, Stephen Cardullo, received word from the Colorado Rockies that they were buying his contract from Triple-A Albuquerque in time for him to join their series against the Washington Nationals on Friday. Cardullo, a former All-American at Florida State, spent time at Xtremeline Baseball in 2013-14 before embarking on an independent league odyssey that eventually led to a contract with Colorado. His remarkable journey to the majors was aided by a torrid line at Albuquerque hitting .308 with 17 home runs. The...read more
Former Xtremeline Baseball player, Isaac Rodriguez recently signed a professional contract with the Toros de Tijuana of the Mexican League. A graduate of Cypress Bay High School in Weston, Florida, Rodriguez caught the attention of the University of Southern Mississippi after hitting .531 and 8 homeruns as a senior. The second baseman had a solid career at USM hitting .348 and 15 doubles as a senior in 2014. Undrafted by MLB, Rodriguez caught the attention of Mexican League scouts and is now on his way to opportunities with the Toros....read more
Xtremeline Baseball International is pleased to announce the signing of Xtremeline Baseball School Academy alum Byron Wiley with the Adelaide Angels of the South Australia Baseball League. The 26-year old Kansas native is a left-handed hitting outfielder who spent time in the minor leagues with the Cincinnati Reds and Arizona Diamondbacks organization. He will be joining Adelaide for the 2013-2014 winter. Good luck down under...read more