Matthew Gaeta

Founder | CEO | MLBPA Certified Agent

Matthew Gaeta is the CEO and Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) Certified Agent of Gaeta Sports Management, LLC. In just four years, he has grown GSM into a reputable agency that currently represents more than 75 professional baseball players in Major League Baseball (MLB), Minor League Baseball (MiLB), and many international leagues. Dedicated and committed to the sports representation industry, Matthew is one of the youngest individuals to earn certification from the MLBPA. Matthew’s professional success, knowledge of the MLB/MLBPA Basic Agreement, business network within the baseball and sporting industry, academic background, as well as playing experience, are all vital elements in his ability to relate effectively with players and help them reach their goals.

Work Experience

  • MLBPA Certified Agent
  • Active Client Roster of more than 75 clients in the MLB and each level of MiLB—including Rookie, Advanced Rookie, Short-Season A, Low-A, High-A, Double-A and Triple-A
  • Negotiated contracts at the MLB, MiLB, and international levels
  • Represent MLB Arizona Fall League Participants, MLB Non-Roster Spring Training Invitees, MLB Rule-5 Selections, and MLB Amateur Draft (Rule-4) Selections
  • Represent multiple Winter Ball Participants—Liga Mexicana del Pacifico, Liga Venezuela Profesional, Liga de Beisbol Profesional de Roberto Clemente, Liga Colombiana de Beisbol Profesional, and Australian Baseball League

Educational and Playing Experience

  • New York University (NYU) | Graduated Magna Cum Laude (Top 15% in Class) | 3.87/4.0 GPA
  • University Honors Scholar/Founders’ Day Award recipient as top-ranking graduate
  • Dean’s List Honoree 6 of 7 semesters (3.7 GPA or higher)
  • NYU NCAA Baseball Team
  • UAA Academic All-Conference Honoree (4.0 GPA)
  • NYU Student-Athlete Presidents Honor Roll Honoree (4.0 GPA)
  • New York Yankees invite to the Area Code Games tryouts
  • Like many athletes that participate in repetitive and physical sports, injuries are inevitable. Matthew’s last injury was an ulnar nerve surgery. The 10-inch scar on his right throwing arm was the final toll from many years of catching