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College Baseball’s Poster Child

College Baseball’s Poster Child

June 7, 2007

By Glenn Tanner Special to

Unlike football and basketball, the sport of baseball requires considerable development before a player is able to play in the big leagues. Each June, hundreds of high school baseball players face one of the toughest choices of their lives: sign with the pros and begin the development process in the low minor leagues, or head to college for academic and athletic education and re-enter the draft in three years?

Clemson’s Daniel Moskos might be the poster child for developing in college.

In 2004, Moskos was a just another kid from California with a dream of playing in the majors. Though he was an accomplished high school pitcher, he wasn’t someone who made the pro scouts drool.

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