The founder of the Chain Baseball, William C. “Buddy” Meyer, was passionate about gentlemen having the opportunity to play baseball at an elite level. His motto was and remains “Helping produce scholarships for gentlemen playing baseball.” His report card was based on the number of players who received scholarships to continue their education while fulfilling a collegiate and or professional playing career in baseball.
Founded in 1985 in Savannah, Georgia, Chain Baseball was one of the original pioneers of Elite Travel Baseball and a pioneer in the College Placement of High School players. Since Chain Baseball’s inception, Chain Baseball has had thousands of players receive college scholarships and hundreds drafted by Major League Baseball teams. As a result of this continued success, Chain Baseball has become a nationally ranked and recognizable organization for professional scouts and coaches from all college divisions.