There are many paths to success in baseball, and all can lead to a rewarding career. Some players are drafted to a professional team right out of high school. Others are accepted to play at a four-year university and then scouted by a professional team from there. Alternatively, players may start on a two-year community college baseball team, with aspirations to transfer to a four-year school and, ultimately, a professional team.
Many softball players who excel above their teammates are automatically recruited and sought out by college coaches. If you aren’t one of these players, it can be hard to find the right path.
To make the process easier, here is a collection of college softball scholarships and resources to help you navigate the changing scope of college softball.
There’s no doubt that technology is revolutionizing baseball as a sport. As baseball evolves, so does the way we analyze and understand player performance.
Here are a few ways HitTrax is changing the game.
When it comes to baseball recruiting, it’s not just about raw athletic talent and on-field performance. In today’s competitive landscape, academics play a crucial role in shaping the future of aspiring baseball players.
There are practical steps your child can take to enhance their baseball skills before the next round of tryouts. From understanding their weaknesses to developing a dedicated training routine, here are some valuable tips to help them prepare both mentally and physically for a successful comeback.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) recently announced changing regulations starting in the 2022-23 year. This overview will help make sure you and your players are up to date.