e odds of a high school athlete's becoming a pro football, Baseball, or Basketball player are 837 to 1.
i dont know its possible. the odds of someone going pro in skateboarding are greater the some one becoming a professional football and basketball player
how much you want to become a pro footballer if you really want to be a pro then you have to show your skills for the team you play and you have to train hard that what i think
300 to one
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the chances of becoming a pro athlete in baseball is 1 in a million, literally! you have to be really really really really good to be a pro athlete in baseball
Quite frankly, the chances of anyone becoming a pro hockey player are extremely slim.
even if you are amazing, less than one in 100
by becoming a pro soccer player
Josh M is a 29 years old guy who is a former pro baseball player.
The odds of becoming a pro golfer are non existent, you could turn professional right now, whatever your handicap- there is no necessary qualifications. However, the odds of making it as a pro golfer are a lot smaller as there are hundreds of thousands of golfers at scratch or better worldwide, so it depends how good you are, and how good you become. You have to be real honest with yourself and decide if you have what it takes.
To be a pro baseball player in takes heart, determination, skill, plenty of hard work, and perserveriance
Josh M is a former pro baseball player who lives in Tampa, FL.
1 out of 8,000 shot
25 teams in the nba 15 players on each there are 6.5 billion people on earth which comes to about 5 in which is in the trillions
unless u are the best in D-3 it is very unlikely
Be lazy and your jo mama
Yeah. Some notables: Rickey Henderson (Baseball and Football, pro baseball player) Frank Thomas (baseball and football, pro baseball player) dieon sanders (baseball and football, pro in both) and bo jackson, the greatest of them all (baseball and football, pro in both)
Pro baseball players in 2007 had a minimum total salary of 2.5million dollars
Please re-phrase this question. There is no longivity requirement to be a "professional" baseball player. To be a "pro", one must only be paid a salary to play baseball.
i practice a lot and i became a pro
A pro gets paid around 750,000 a game.
he wanted to be a pro. baseball player, but instead he went off to be a pro hockey player
NBL stands for National Baseball League so maybe a pro baseball player.