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Discussion in 'College Baseball Clubhouse' started by Steven15, Feb 20, 2017.
I think not. Average level athletes compared to FB and BB players
::Sniffs bait and walks away::
I enjoy College Baseball and would rather spend and afternoon at the ballpark . I think Pro Basketball, Pro Tennis, and Pro Golf are a waist of time and money.....
your moms a waste of time and money
Baseball is hands down the best sport on the planet. It's a damn shame that college baseball isn't televised more than it is.
Lots of college games televised you just need to know where to look
Go to the college of interest or baseball website of interest to find where each game is being shown
I didn't clarify exactly what I ment. I was referring to the way espn, CBS & abc show college football & basketball.
The WatchESPN app is the best way I've found to watch college baseball,especially Carolina baseball.
People complain that the youth of today isn't interested in baseball. Baseball under the MLB level isn't promoted or advertised like football & basketball.
It's not that bad...I actually like a lot of college sports because of the purity of it. The ironic thing being that college football is a scam...the biggest, wealthiest schools will always dominate.
At least in college baseball, there's hope for the small guy...just ask Cal State Fullerton...Coastal Carolina, and my very own Fresno State...
College baseball is different in that there are multiple levels of minor leagues prior to the majors. In fact, college baseball is just one more level that the pros can draw from, unlike football and basketball, which have utilized colleges as minor leagues.
Baseball is different in that it is a numbers game. There are large numbers of players in the minors, independent leagues and colleges. For the most part, only a few at any of those levels will ever make it to the majors. The same can be said for players coming from other countries and the baseball academies that work to develop them at a young age.
The best description of players vs. prospects in the minors was described like this - The large number of players in the minor leagues are there so that the "prospects" have someone to play with and against. Basically, they exist so that the prospects can develop.