Preserve Your Share of the Sandlot Income-Pooling for Professional Baseball Players

Increase and protect your chances to make money out of your career!

Baseball Income Pooling

Rooting for Each Other to Succeed

Baseball can be a rewarding and fulfilling career. But there are no guarantees. Injuries, team politics, trading decisions, and other unknowns can present various risks to a player's future and earnings. While some players may go on to the majors and make it big, others may struggle to find their footing.

Sandlot Share is a way to mitigate the financial risks of a professional baseball career. It provides players an opportunity to pool their resources together to help and support each other as they pursue their dreams. By contributing a small portion of their earnings once they meet an income threshold, players take control of their financial futures. Sandlot Share is risk-free way to ensure you have something to show for your baseball career.

Learn About Us

Get to know a little about the people behind Sandlot Share and why we're passionate about helping players secure their career.

How Does Income Pooling Work?

Sandlot Share is a way for professional baseball players to increase the chances of earning money in their playing careers by participating in an income-pooling arrangement. In essence, it is a no-risk insurance policy. Once in the minor leagues, players can join with a “pool” of other players at no cost.

Why Join Sandlot Share?

See How We Can Help Secure Your Career
  • Increase Your Income

    Stats for success are low for minor league players, so this increases your chances to earn money.

  • Better Odds of Success

    The more players that join the pool, the higher the chances of preserving your share.

  • Everybody Wins

    Even if you don't make it to the Majors, you can still receive money if another player did.

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