We have taken steps to assure our clients will have their temporary needs metN.Y. baseball stars' funds frozen by govt. Feb 21, 2009
As it stands now, he is not going to playReport: Greg Maddux to retire Dec 05, 2008
In no way did I make a call regarding having the trade intervened withReport: Baseball probes Ramirez' trade Aug 08, 2008
We are not going to be negotiating during the seasonRodriguez mum about contract talk Jul 13, 2007
His pitching style, I think, shows that when you don't have your best stuff, going out there and putting in your innings you can still win ballgames, and that gives a lot of pitchers confidence to do thatKenny Rogers lands with Detroit Dec 08, 2005
Scott Boras (born November 2, 1952) is an American sports agent, specializing in baseball. He is the founder, owner and president of the Boras Corporation, a sports agency based in Newport Beach, Calif. which represents roughly 175 professional baseball clients, including many of the game's highest-profile players. Boras has brokered many record-setting contracts since 1982, and many of his clients, including Carlos Beltrán, Matt Holliday, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Magglio Ordóñez, Manny Ramirez, Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira and Barry Zito, are among the highest paid in the game.
Boras was born in Sacramento and grew up in Elk Grove, California, the son of a dairy farmer. He attended the University of the Pacific on a baseball scholarship, leading the team with a .312 batting average in 1972. As of 2009, Boras remains in the top 10 in school history in multiple offensive categories. Boras was inducted into the Pacific Athletics Hall of Fame in 1995, and the baseball team's annual "Most Improved Player" award is named in his honor. Following his college career, Boras played four years of minor league baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs organizations. Boras made the Florida State League All-Star team in 1976, but knee problems shortened his career and he retired with a career batting average of .288. Boras received his Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree from the University of the Pacific in 1977.
Following his playing career, Boras returned to the University of the Pacific, earning his law degree (juris doctorate) from the university's McGeorge School of Law in 1982. After law school, Boras worked as an associate in the pharmaceutical defense department of the Chicago firm Rooks, Pitts & Poust (now Dykema Gossett), defending drug companies against class-action lawsuits.