Completing an extremely successful amateur career, Blake Baggett made the transition to pro racing in 2010. Bagggett went on to an exciting rookie year in professional Supercross, coming in 11th at the season opener. Gaining momentum, he finished fifth at at the next race in Atlanta. At the Dallas stop, Baggett raced to the top of the podium, scoring the first win of his professional career. Quickly proving that he was adapting to the pro ranks, Baggett finished fourth overall at the 2010 High Point National. Baggett's quick rise was soon temporarily halted when he broke his left humerus at Budds Creek.
Securing a ride for 2011 in the 250 class with premier racing team Monster Energy/Pro Circuit Kawasaki, Baggett delivered on his potential, earning 5 overall wins and finishing 3rd in points.