MBi Sports Management now represents Nick Rogers

GREENSBORO, NC – MBi Sports Management is excited to announce their representation of Nick Rogers; a pitcher from Greensboro, NC who signed with the Kansas City Royals as a non drafted free agent at the start of this month.

Rogers attended Northwest Guilford High School. He went on to attend North Carolina A&T. In his senior season at A&T, Rogers ended his collegiate career by starting in 51 games for the Aggies where he accumulated a stellar .364 batting average; with 72 hits, 10 doubles, and 15 home runs, Rogers batted in a total of 54 runs. He also stole 11 bases during the season. He was a vital part of the Aggies baseball team.

Mike Baker, owner and agent of MBi Sports Management, says of Rogers, “I think the Royals saw the raw potential that Nick possesses. He will no doubt take advantage of this opportunity with the Royals and work his way to the big leagues.”

MBi is one of the only businesses of its kind in the Triad to provide individuals with the tools they need to achieve success in their professional athletic careers. For more information, contact MBi Sports Management at (336) 210-4203 or visit http://www.mbisports.com.


  1. Congratulations to Rogers. He worked and was probably overlooked when he came out of NWG. Coach Shumate does a good job of finding these “diamonds in the rough” and giving them a chance to play against good teams @ a high level. I’ve forgotten the name of the kid from NWG who got drafted by the Diamondbacks and signed instead of going to VaTech. Someone told me he is still trying to make it as a 23/23 year old relief pitcher in some place we’ve never heard of. Sometimes kids get bad advice, but somebody helped Rogers.
    Congratulations, Nick!
    Eddie Willis
    PS. Thanks to coach Shumate for giving these guys a chance.

  2. The player you are referring to may be Houston Summers. I’m with you. He passed a great college experience for what, a dream that anyone could have told him was only going to be fulfilled at the lowest levels of minor league baseball. There was another ballyhooed youth player in the area that played three years @ ASU, then signed and is already out of baseball @ 22. There are a lot of good baseball players around and hitting .450 in hs and striking out 15 players in a hs game does not guarantee any hope of success beyond hs or college. Welcome to the real world, folks!

  3. Congrats to Nick…I believe the young man that got drafted from NW Guilford was Houston Summers

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