I wanted to piggyback on Michael’s post about college baseball with a post of my own, because College Baseball can be a great thing to throw yourself into. Not only can you find enjoyment by following the game on a national, team oreinted scale, you can also follow it on a very local, individualistic level. It’s the polar opposite of how it seems Michael digests the game, but it’s mostly the way I drink it in. Instead of caring about how a national powerhouse is performing, I’m constantly checking in on local players who are likely to be drafted.
What I have here is a schedule of all the notable college prospects that will travel within reasonable driving distance of my home in Catasauqua, Pennsylvania this Spring. I made this scouting schedule for myself and figured it was worth sharing for anyone looking to do some scouting of their own. Driving to Princeton for a double header and then spending the day walking around campus/town is one hell of a way to spend a Saturday in late March. I’ve got some helpful tips for you, and the schedule itself, after the “click more, link, jump” thing. So click it.