BaseballCloud Offers First Data Platform for Aspiring Baseball PlayersPR Newswire — BaseballCloud
BaseballCloud Offers First Data Platform for Aspiring Baseball Players
New Software Promotes New-School Method of Skills Development for Young Players
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18, 2019
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- For baseball players of all levels who dream of getting into the pros, new software BaseballCloud is offering a technical, data-driven solution to drastically improve their game. The groundbreaking software offers a platform for players to be able to measure and analyze their own performance numbers — a way to become a better player without relying solely on natural talent.
With the current popularity of performance-tracking technology, young baseball players have the opportunity to take massive steps in developing their skills. But the next step is for players to be able to upload data from multiple sources into one easy-to-read format. Now, with BaseballCloud, it takes only a simple, 4-step process for players to be able to take a good look at their data and where they need to improve.
"This product allows players to accurately and objectively evaluate themselves," says John Hart, former president & general manager of the MLB and current host at MLB Network. "This will revolutionize the player development process."
BaseballCloud is a groundbreaking software that has broken the mold by giving amateur baseball players, teams, and coaches access to a single, user-friendly platform of performance data. BaseballCloud fills a gap in the industry by simplifying the process of uploading and analyzing data. The software operates underneath its umbrella company, DS Sports Ventures — a rapidly growing sports investment group founded by Kevin Davidson and Joseph Sleiman. Since its inception in 2017, DS Sports Ventures has acquired 10 businesses, including ProspectWire, a premiere baseball scouting, and tournament company. DSSV has employed 700+ people (seasonal/annual) and brought over 400,000 fans to Osceola, Polk, and Seminole counties respectively. To learn more, go to BaseballCloud's website at http://www.baseballcloud.com. You can follow BaseballCloud on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook.