Jay-Z Applies With Major League Baseball Players Association To Become Baseball Agent
It looks like Jay-Z may be switching his sports focus from basketball to baseball as the rap mogul recently applied with the Major League Baseball Players Association to become a baseball agent. The MLBPA recently confirmed that Hov’s application to be certified was received on Thursday (April 11), according to a report by USA Today. As previously reported, the Brooklyn bar layer is reportedly in the process of selling his small share of ownership in the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets franchise, which is one of the necessary steps to him becoming an agent in any sport. Jay even touched on the topic in his latest track, "Open Letter." Last week, he partnered his Roc Nation Sports Agency with Creative Artists Agency Sports, and made New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano the first client.