Wall Street Journal profiles Big League Advance

In an article published in the beginning of 2021, The Wall Street Journal profiled what Big League Advance does as an organization. The center of their article focused on San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatis, who signed with our company. Here is a bit of what the article discusses: Fernando Tatís Jr. was 18 years

Big League Advance gets the spotlight on Just Baseball podcast

Big League Advance’s CEO Michael Schwimer recently made an appearance on the Just Baseball podcast. Schwimer discussed how and why he wanted to change the minor league system. In the interview, conducted in July, Schwimer talked about how some minor league players have the talent to play but “they’re out here working as Walmart greeters.”

Yahoo Finance discusses Big League Advance during live broadcast

In an interview during Yahoo Finance’s “Live” broadcast, CEO Michael Schwimer spoke to the media outlet about the predictive models our company uses to “forecast a player’s future valuation.” Schwimer discussed how the company’s bet on Fernando Tatis Jr. “generated a sizable return” for the company. “At the time we invested in him, our models

OutKick features Big League Advance’s investment with Fernando Tatis Jr.

This past week, OutKick featured Big League Advance in one of its MLB Business articles. This article highlights one of Big League Advance’s latest success stories, Fernando Tatis Jr. At the end of February, Tatis Jr. signed a 14-year contract with the San Diego Padres for $340 million. Read the full article to learn more

CNBC talks about Big League Advance’s efforts in minor league player investment

CNBC chatted with Big League Advance CEO & Founder Michael Schwimer about his minor league player investment business model. Schwimer talks about the company and how its investment strategy is long-term and similar to a tech startup. “If you invest in 10 tech startups and one or two become Facebook or Google, you are going

Michael Schwimer Talks BLA on the Capital Allocators with Ted Seides Podcast

Michael Schwimer Talks BLA on the Capital Allocators with Ted Seides Podcast

On the Capital Allocators with Ted Seides podcast, Michael Schwimer talks about his career in the minor and major leagues and how that led him to create Big League Advance. Through his passions to help those struggling in the minor leagues, Michael talks about how BLA has grown beyond minor league player investment into predictive

Sports Illustrated Talks to Michael Schwimer About BLA | Big League Advance

Sports Illustrated Talks to Michael Schwimer About BLA

Recently, Sports Illustrated sat down with Big League Advance’s CEO and President, Michael Schwimer, to discuss the company and its early success. The article goes into detail about BLA’s structure, growth in its two years of existence and some of the players that have seen success after BLA’s financial assistance. “Minor leaguers deserve to make minimum

FanGraphs Effectively Wild Podcast Talks to Michael Schwimer About BLA | Big League Advance

FanGraphs Effectively Wild Podcast Talks to Michael Schwimer About BLA

FanGraphs’ “Effectively Wild Podcast” invited Michael Schwimer, Big League Advance’s Founder and CEO, on to talk about BLA and the landscape of minor league baseball compensation. Michael talks to FanGraphs about the lengths minor league players have to go to to make ends meet in the offseason and how, as a company, they are trying