GetMyNameOut has been designed to give every High School athlete an equal opportunity to reach their own personal recruiting goals. We are here to provide you with the proper resources necessary to empower you to self-promote your skills, abilities and scores. It is our goal to help you bridge the communication gap between yourself and college coaches allowing you to get noticed. Since 2006 we have guided over 1,500 student athletes through the recruiting process helping them successfully place themselves in colleges all over the United States. GetMyNameOut is designed to serve you and we have been able to successfully do so since 2006 because of our continued development of relationships with players, families, and coaches year in and year out. Your future deserves our track record!
Director of Operations
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Former Assistant General Manager and Co Owner of the Utica Brewers franchise in NY, Farfaglia has experienced the game as a player, scout and general manager at the collegiate and professional levels. In his first year as Assistant GM, Farfaglia was in charge of player transactions and signings of the first year expansion franchise Utica Brewers. Along with longtime former NY Yankees East Coast Scouting Supervisor, Joe Arnold, the pair traveled the country from their home base of Tampa, Florida all the way to California with many stops in between scouting amateur players and offering contracts to play for the NYCBL Utica Brewers. In their first year as part of the NYCBL, the team posted a league and East Division best 43-14 record going on to become 2011 NABF World Series Champions. Farfaglia is also owner of GetMyNameOut.com, a recruiting platform for high school and junior college athletes to gain exposure to colleges and universities nationwide. GetMyNameOut.com hosts the annual “Florida Top Prospects Game” in Tampa, Florida in which top college and MLB draft prospects participate in a 9 inning “All-Star Game” setting. Scouts and college coaches from all over the country travel to Tampa to scout the game and identify future recruits or draft picks. To date, the game has hosted 28 Major League Draft picks including two 1st Round picks and seven top 10 Round picks.
In 2011 Farfaglia founded the South Florida Collegiate Baseball League starting with 6 teams in Palm Beach and Broward County. Going into its 4th year of play, the SFCBL hosts ten teams from West Palm Beach to Ft. Lauderdale and is the summer home to some of the most talented collegiate players in the country. In just four seasons of play, 42 SFCBL players have been selected in the Major League Baseball Draft, 6 of which have been in the top 10 rounds.
During his playing career, Farfaglia played at Saratoga Central Catholic High School in Saratoga Springs, NY where he has present standing records in at bats, hits, games played, RBI's and Triples. He was an All-State Selection both his Junior and Senior years. Vince went on to play at nationally ranked Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina. Farfaglia also played at Polk State College in Winter Haven, Florida where he was named Offensive Player of the Year his sophomore year hitting .339 with 60 hits, 48 RBI's, 8 HR's 15 doubles and 27 stolen bases. Farfaglia was also named to the New York Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Team alongside with collegiate teammate J.D. Martinez of the Detroit Tigers while playing for the Saratoga Phillies. He went on to sign a professional contract with South Lodi in Italy. Farfaglia currently resides in West Palm Beach, Florida with his wife Shannon.
Joe Arnold, a living legend of the game has been involved with the game of baseball for more than 40 years. Joe was the East Coast Scouting Supervisor for the NY Yankees for 11 years, winning four World Series with the Yankees. Joe also coached in the New York Yankees organization and coached at Arizona State University. Arnold has known success at all levels of the game. He coached at Florida Southern College from 1977 to 1983, leading the Mocs to two NCAA Division II World Series titles and six consecutive World Series appearances. He moved on to coach at the University of Florida from 1984 to 1994, guiding the Gators to two NCAA World Series appearances before becoming a coach and scout in the New York Yankees organization. With the Yankees, he won two New York-Penn League championships as a minor league manager, signed more than 160 players as a scout and won 4 World Series Championships. Arnold retired and returned to Central Florida in 2007, but couldn't stay away from the game accepting the job at Polk State College, which is near his Lakeland home. Joe is also a member of 5 different halls of fame and has been drafted three times in the 3rd, 4th and 10th round of the MLB Draft by the Houston Astros and Baltimore Orioles. Joe also coached David Eckstein at the University of Florida. Joe is also Head Evaluator at GetMyNameOut.com located in Tampa, FL and Director of Player Development for the Utica Brewers of the NYCBL. Joe is a native of West Palm Beach, FL an currently resides in Lakeland, FL.
Ryan has grown up with a love for sports and has always been determined to find a way to positively influence athletes in any way possible. After being a three sport varsity athlete in high school he chose to pursue this dream and went on to do so by graduating from Florida State University in Dec. of 2011 where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sport Management. Before graduation Ryan completed an internship with GMNO Sports Marketing and Management by working along side the General Manager of the World Series Champion Utica Brewers of the New York Collegiate Baseball League. After doing so he went on to work for Next Level Professional Baseball coaching baseball camps, clinics, multiple travel ball teams within the organization as well as contributing to the sales and marketing of the company for the next three years. Ryan was also working with Titus Sports Academy training athletes of all ages and sports backgrounds during his three years at Next Level. This has enabled him to actively develop a clear understanding of the necessary tools needed to compete at the college and professional levels. Throughout his time with these organizations Ryan was focused on developing continuing relationships with many different players, coaches and scouts which has enabled him to help athletes reach their recruiting goals.