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Q: What are the odds of a college baseball player to get drafted?

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The odds of being drafted into the major leagues varies by position. The odds of becoming a pitcher are less than 3 percent. A positional player's odds are less than 6 percent.

If you are currently a high school baseball player, the odds of making it to Major League Baseball as a player are less than 1 percent. The odds of making it to a team affiliated with a Major League team are right around 1 percent.

The odds are very slim. If you are dominant on your high school team, you may receive a scholarship. However, you may not be dominant in college, and you may not get drafted. Only 60 players get drafted, which is the equivalent to 4 high school/college teams. There are hundreds and hundreds of high schools and over 200 Division I colleges.

e odds of a high school athlete's becoming a pro football, Baseball, or Basketball player are 837 to 1.

50-50

Not high odds

25,000 to 1 including minor leagues.

About 1:16,000,000

55

Since there are roughly 4000 players in division 1 baseball and 455,300 in high school baseball the odds are roughly 1 high school player in every 114 plays division one.

Odds are no. Because they have lost popularity, MLB games are coming out, and college baseball has lost popularity .

very slim but not being drafted is not a bad thing. Titans RB Chris Johnson went un drafted and he just had a 2000 yard season.

including all the minor league systems there are, the odds are about 1 in 5,000

Directly proportional to the amount of work you are willing to put in to get ready and get noticed. Surprisingly, most of it is up to you. You and only you can improve your odds. Do the work - or don't and make it easier for someone else.

Depends on your skill, if you have a great shot range and can dunk, or if your tall and good at defence, chances are pretty high.

There are many sites that provide a listing of odds on baseball sporting events. Some of the most credible are Odds Portal, Maddux Sports and Gooners Guide.

The odds of making it to the pros are about 1-500,000

1-22

I am assuming you are asking if you can be a professional football player without going to college. The answer is yes. You would contact the team for which you are interested in trying to play. The odds of getting a tryout without an agent to represent you and no resume of football experience are very, very bad.

Let's just say the odds go up depending on how close you are to a baseball game. Very high if you are the player at bat. Extremely low if you are sitting on a beach in a country where they don't play baseball. If you are sitting at a baseball game, in the stands, the best number I can find is 1 in 297,723. Apparently stadiums don't keep very good records on this kind of thing.

0,0001%

1%

Very slim

I do not believe the 10% answer is correct. There are 286 Div I Schools, 236 Div II Schools, and 362 Div III schools. Assuming ALL of these have baseball teams and assuming all of the teams have 35 players on their rosters, there are over 30,000 NCAA baseball players in any given year. There are 30 MLB teams which have 25 players each, or 750 MLB player. (The teams can expand to 40 at the end of each season if desired, so there may be as many as 1,000 MLB players.) 30,000 divided by 750 would yield 40:1 odds of being drafted if EVERY team in MLB started over and had NOTHING BUT ROOKIES. A preposterous proposition at best! Therefore, the highest mathematical possibility would be 2.5%. Let's assume that each MLB team drafts 10 rookies a year. 30,000 divided by 300 would equal 1%. Still not a realistic number.

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