New Professional Sports Management Company Recruits Premier Guatemalan Player

World Series winner Omar Moreno and entrepreneur/sports agent Scotty James partner to recruit top International baseball prospects.

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We at Professional Sports Management are very positive about the future of Fabian Vizcaino. He is a player with above average capabilities who will have a long future within Major League Baseball.

Orlando, FL. (PRWEB) April 27, 2013

The birth of a new Professional Sports Management Company gives new light and hope to many professional and amateur baseball players who are looking to make a name for themselves. The name of this new and dynamic company is Professional Sports Management (PSM). The company is owned by two-time World Series winner Omar Moreno and entrepreneur/sports agent Scotty James. Omar Moreno won the World Series in 1979 with the Pittsburgh Pirates and in 1985 with the Kansas City Royals. He has also played baseball for the Houston Astros, New York Yankees and the Atlanta Braves. He has played with 8 Hall Of Famers and was the first player in Major League Baseball history to steal 70 bases or more in 3 consecutive seasons. The company has made Orlando, Florida its base camp with huge future plans of expansion. Omar Moreno has an extreme amount of ties to Central America, South America, Mexico and the Caribbean Islands. Not to mention his fantastic relationship with the US, countless executives and players still on active rosters within Major League Baseball. Professional Sports Management (PSM) only represents professional Major League Baseball players, Minor League Baseball players and free agents looking to make a name for themselves.

Professional Sports Management (PSM) represents Fabian Vizcaino who has been labeled as the best player currently coming out of Central America. Both PSM and some professional coaches feel that Fabian Vizcaino is the best player to even ever come out of Guatemala. There have been a few good players that have come out of Guatemala, but this kid just seems to have something special. He is currently 17 years old at 5’-10”. He can run a 6.6 60 yard dash and has a rocket for an arm. He has fantastic hands and is currently playing short stop with the ability to play any infield position. Fabian Vizcaino is an absolutely fantastic in-the-gap hitter like Pete Rose with the ability to even put the ball over the fence at 325 to 350 feet away. Fabian Vizcaino was part of the recent Guatemalan Senior League Baseball World Series Championship Winning Team in Bangor, Maine. He went 2 for 4 in the final game with the announcers stating that he was definitely the best all around player on the team. He is a smart player who brings a large amount of positive energy and enthusiasm to any team that he plays with says Scotty. Just watch the final Senior League Baseball World Series Game and you will understand what I am talking about. One local Major League Scout says that Vizcaino can definitely bring in a 7 figure signing bonus as a free agent, the question is which Major League team wants him or should I say, needs him the most. PSM will start Showcasing Fabian Vizcaino to Major League teams starting the 1st of May. Calls from professional Major League Teams have already come in wanting to get the first look at this fantastic player from Guatemala says Omar Moreno.

Omar Moreno has moved his family and business to Orlando, Florida from Panama. He has brought with him, his Baseball Academy that has trained thousands of young players. There are multiple players currently playing baseball for major league teams that have gone through Omar’s training facility. Omar has brought in his right hand man and son, Omar Moreno Jr. (OJ). OJ signed and played Major League Baseball with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Co-Owner Scotty James, who has experience with coaching, calls OJ “The best coach he as ever seen. He has smarts, patience, drive, determination and really cares about the overall well being of the athletes”. OJ, along with Omar will assist and run the training programs for Major League Baseball hopefuls who will be brought to the Orlando training facility to be trained in a positive and professional manor. Both Omar and Scotty plan on running multiple baseball teams of all ages through their professional baseball academy, along with traveling teams to compete both statewide and worldwide.

Professional Sports Management (PSM) represents Free Agent players throughout the world who want to play Major League Baseball. There are many rules and regulations that must be followed. PSM has guided players through these rules and regulations and has placed them on a path to success.

Scotty James states, “We at Professional Sports Management are very positive about the future of Fabian Vizcaino. He is a player with above average capabilities who will have a long future within Major League Baseball. He is being trained by the best trainers that are out there and has the love and backing of a great Professional Sports Management company like PSM behind him.“

Professional Sports Management (PSM) represents Major League Baseball players who are searching for a company that truly Acts in its Client’s Best Interest. PSM always gives its clients full disclosure with anything and everything. PSM’s money management division also assists players with both future investments and administration.

Professional Sports Management (PSM) represents Minor League Baseball players who are searching for someone to assist them in getting to the top of their game. It can be a very long road to play Major League Baseball, and that is if you get there. PSM can use their professional ability to shorten the road and actually giving a chance for the minor league player to be signed by a Major League Baseball team.


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Fabian Vizcaino training with Professional Sports Management