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Old 12-06-2012, 08:14 PM   #49
BreakMyWallet
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Originally Posted by CollinsE90 View Post
I've been told from a close friend of my dads that has two sons in the MLB, and one in the MiLB that they have kids touching 90 at the tryouts that played 4 years of SEC baseball that don't get picked up. I've always heard of it being tough. If you want my honest opinion, unless you're just a phenomena, if you don't play college ball or get drafted high in high school, the chances are so low it's not even worth it. To make it in the minors you need to be drafted high enough that they have money invested in you to ever get playing time. First rounders always get playing time, and they won't let you go even if you're not producing. If they don't have anything invested in you, they don't play you nor care to keep you.

If I were you, I'd play at least Juco and see your chances, and reevaluate.
good post
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