About Baseball America

Baseball America has been around since February 1981, when founding editor Allan Simpson started the magazine in his garage in White Rock, British Columbia. What began as a magazine--originally called the All-America Baseball News--has since evolved into a full-service media company, with a biweekly magazine, four annual books, a host of special publications, and of course the Website you're visiting now.

Baseball America moved to Durham, N.C., in January 1983 and has steadily grown in readership, in influence in the baseball industry and in size, with more than 20 employees now both in our Durham headquarters and in New York, Chicago and Atlanta. We take pride in having not only the best information but also the best writing in baseball. Here's more information on some of our products:

Baseball America: The magazine is published biweekly (with one double issue at the end of the year) and covers baseball at every level, with an emphasis on finding the best players in high school, college and the minors and tracking their progress. Magazine subscriptions include full Web access.

BaseballAmerica.com: We rolled out our Website for Opening Day of the minor league season in 1999, and it features all the great writing from the magazine along with daily coverage of the game, as well as complete minor league statistics. Much of our best content is for subscribers only; full access is included with print subscriptions, and Web-only subscriptions are also available.

Baseball America Almanac: Our annual review of the year in baseball, from the major leagues down to youth baseball and everywhere in between. The book features complete major and minor league statistics, with commentary and stats from college, high school, foreign and independent leagues as well.

Baseball America Prospect Handbook: The most comprehensive review of up and coming players available. We rank the top 30 prospects in every major league organization, with career statistics, and analyze the state of each team with a specific emphasis on the draft.

Baseball America Directory: If you need to know the name, address or phone number for just about anyone who works in the baseball industry, this is the place to find it. This annual publication features comprehensive contact information for every organization in the baseball industry, as well as major and minor league schedules and directions to every ballpark.

Super Register: The only book of its kind, it includes vitals and career statistics for every active major and minor league player from the previous season. This year's book includes more than 7,500 player records.

Prospects Plus: Our comprehensive scouting service of elite high school players, this is designed for people who want to go beyond our already thorough coverage of high school baseball and the draft and drill even deeper, including college coaches and scouts.

Great Parks Calendar: Counting the days of the year the Baseball America way, with striking full-color photos of 12 of the most interesting ballparks in the minor leagues.