Always fascinating when travel ball group like CBA is "protecting players" for any reason. It would seem to be the responsibility of MLB and their teams to verify that any coach/team claiming to be a legitimate scout team of the parent organizations is exactly that. There are a ton of them around the SoCal area claiming to be Scout teams, so maybe someday there will be an effort to create a MLB-stamp of authenticity required to advertise a team as such.
That's a fair point, and I'm certainly not carrying water for CBA. I just thought it was interesting to see someone actually identify them by name (and by implication call the other ones illegitimate). I have heard a simple test is, if you have to pay them, it's a travel team, not a real Scout team.