College Summer Leagues Keep On Growing

The proliferation of summer college leagues has led to unintended consequences. College players do have more opportunities to play, a positive. They are playing long summer schedules that stretch into the second week of August, even in the Cape. And summer league coaches and scouts agree that the explosion of leagues has spread out the talent, as happens when the major leagues expand.

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