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Mr. Steve Sclafani

Wrong Steve Sclafani?

Chief Executive Officer and Found...

Phone: (410) ***-****  
Baseball Factory Inc
9212 Berger Road Suite 200
Columbia , Maryland 21046
United States

Company Description: Baseball Factory provides baseball players nationwide with the very best instruction, tournament competition, and college planning and guidance. From day one,...   more

Employment History


  • The University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Pennsylvania
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Steve Sclafani had the same dream, but he settled for being a baseball scout. Now he owns his own business, which appears to be pretty successful.
He is the chief executive and founder of the Baseball Factory, an $11 million Columbia-based company whose main mission - and core business - is helping kids to develop their talent and make it to the college level.
Sclafani and Baseball Factory President Rob Naddelman, both former infielders for the University of Pennsylvania, are equal partners.
"I had to beg the coach to come out and see me play," Sclafani said.
Sclafani was recruited as a walk-on second baseman for Villanova, which means he played but received no financial aid for his efforts. He stayed one year before transferring to Penn, where he attended the Annenberg School for Communication and started as the team's second baseman.
The payoff, according to Sclafani, is that he knows how to play the game - that is, the game of grabbing college coaches' attention. And he has parlayed that into a baseball business for him and Naddelman.
"The fact that it was so hard for me to get recruited was the impetus for the business," Sclafani said.
After graduating in 1993 from Penn, where he was strong on defense but an average hitter, he sold advertising for a publishing company and spent his personal time giving coaching lessons and scouting players for Mike Toomey, who was then with the Texas Rangers.
Sclafani was living in an apartment in Elkridge, not making much money but doing something he loved.
Sclafani and Naddelman used their contacts in Maryland and New Jersey, visiting various coaches and baseball programs to find players to mentor.
"We were scrambling to figure out how to service everybody, doing videotaping, evaluation, talking to colleges," Sclafani said.
Sclafani hasn't hit a financial home run yet, but he certainly is making contact with the fastball.
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Baseball Factory was founded in 1994 by CEO Steve Sclafani to provide a service that would advise and educate players on the college recruiting process.
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