Current Client Roster
You won't find a lot of names here, as I've purposely kept my practice small enough to treat every client as a priority.
Ryan Harvey (2003 draft #6 pick round 1), Joe Torres (2000 draft #10 pick in round 1) and Matt Fox (2004 draft #35 pick)& Cameron McVey (2011 draft 22nd Round) have been with me since they were drafted. Jamie Romak (2003 draft 4th round) was previously represented by another Agent that didn't make him a priority. The comments they all make reflect their positive experiences as my clients.
"I first met David Sloane around 10 years ago, while I was a 17 year old High School baseball player looking for a possible advisor/agent for myself for the upcoming MLB draft. After meeting with 10+ agents, my family and I felt comfortbale choosing David, due to his strong professional manner and very friendly persona.
After deciding to not sign a pro contract that year, I headed off to college, thinking that was the last I'd hear from him until I was eligble for the draft again. Pleasantly surprised, I found myself keeping in touch with David through the years, which showed me how much he cared about me as a player and person.
When the time came-around my junior year and the draft, I knew with no question in my mind that he was the man I wanted representing me in the Profesional ranks.
In my 6+ years in pro baseball, I have been 100% satisfied with David's contributions to myself and my career. He is truly a professional who would do anything for his clients. I have heard from people around the game that he is well respected by his peers. All my equipment requests have been met, and his advice has been very helpful to me, whether dealing with on or off the field issues.
Not only is he my agent, but he is someone I talk to during most holidays and someone my family considers a family friend. That's what I look for in an agent, someone who will represent you the right way, not the crooked way many agents are doing these days. I would highly recomemend David Sloane to any young players who are looking for representation."
By Alden Gonzalez / MLB.com | 09/09/10 4:49 PM ET
The Red Sox claimed right-hander Matt Fox off waivers from the Twins on Thursday, and transferred outfielder Mike Cameron to the 60-day disabled list in order to make room on the 40-man roster.
Fox made his Major League debut in a start on Friday, giving up two runs in a 5 2/3-inning no-decision against the Rangers. The 27-year-old previously appeared in 35 games (21 starts) with Minnesota's Triple-A affiliate in Rochester, going 6-9 while pacing Red Wings starters with a 3.95 ERA and recording a team-high 104 strikeouts.
A supplemental first-round Draft pick by the Twins in 2004, Fox is 35-28 with a 3.71 ERA and a 2.54 strikeout-to-walk ratio in six Minor League seasons. He'll likely find a role in the Red Sox's bullpen, which has been rather thin recently.
"I am pleased to say David and I have been working together for over 10 years. You won't find a more knowledgeable, experienced, respected agent in the game. David has always gone above and beyond to make sure I have been taken care of not only on the field but off as well. With David you can always expect a high level of communication, honesty and trust that is unmatched. If you are looking for representation you will be hard-pressed to find someone to represent you better."
THE NJ PRESS MEDIA Aug 17, 2013: Torres eager to rewrite legacy with Somerset Patriots
MLB.com July 26, 2011: Torres Takes Long Road
St. Louis Cardinals
"After having to cut ties with my first agent, I had the good fortune of being hooked up with David through a teammate. As a rookie level player at the time, David talked to me as if I were any one of his big league clients. Whenever I need something he gets it done. Very quick, honest and hard working I value David very much as my agent and also as a good friend"
"When my son Ryan was taken with the 6th pick in the 1st round in 2003, he had been recruited by just about every agent in the business. I was glad that he chose David to represent him. Everything that has happened in the 11 years since has only reinforced that feeling.
David is very good at what he does, and has become a very good friend of our family"
--William Harvey (Ryan Harvey's father)
A note from Ryan after the draft in 2003, when he was the #6 pick in the first round:
Named Player Of Month For August Sept. 6, 2012
San Francisco Giants
"I am thankful to have David as my agent he has always been there when I needed him. He is a great guy and will get the job done and help you out on and off the field.
He has a great sense of humor and is always going above and beyond to help me out. When I give him a call he always will let me know whats going on with any situation that I need to hear. He is great on explaining situations out so you can understand whats going on. He is a great guy and I am thankful to have him as my agent. "