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New Paperback Quantity Available: 2. The Jayhawk League was formed in , and has been a premier summer collegiate baseball league ever since. As a college player in the 80s, there was an unofficial pecking order in the summer leagues based on prestige, and it was recognized if you were invited to play in any of those three leagues, it was a feather in your cap as far as competitiveness and the ability to be seen by major league scouts. Of near equal prestige were the two leagues at the top, the Cape Cod League , which was an all-wood bat league in New England, and the Alaska Baseball League , which was reserved for players with only one year of eligibility remaining and who had not yet signed with a major league club.

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These two leagues were typically reserved for college players who were either All-Americans or the best players in their conference. As a player, you understood that playing in one of these leagues was not about money or creature comforts; it was about one thing: playing baseball and playing about six games per week, against some of the best college baseball players in the nation. Hutchinson pop. But they played in a cool, old stadium that had a lot of baseball history.

And between and , Hobart-Detter Field had taken turns as the home of minor league farm teams for the Detroit Tigers, St.

In more recent times, Roger Clemons, Rafael Palmeiro, and Barry Bonds had been through Hutchinson to leave their marks on their way to the major leagues. In all, 41 major leaguers played baseball at some point in Hutchinson. I accepted the offer from the Hutchinson GM.

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Plus, Hutchinson was a bigger town than Hays pop. In hindsight, I was fortunate to go to Hutchinson and made the right choice.

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Life in the Jayhawk League was interesting. Most teams played in old, former minor league ballparks that were a lot of fun to play in.

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Others played in ramshackle places that seemed unsuited for such a prestigious league. When we all arrived at the ball park in Hutchinson, we groaned; instead of a Greyhound-coach-type bus, we were greeted by a small shuttle bus for the mile, 5-hour drive to Iowa. Our GM was notoriously cheap, we thought; all the other teams seemed to make their road trips in the bigger motor coaches. But this was the third time we would be packing into a little shuttle bus like a bunch of sardines.

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After that, unless you were flush with cash, you starved or borrowed from a teammate. We packed into the close quarters of the small shuttle bus and headed north and east for Iowa. Within an hour, the driver announced the air conditioner was going out, and people collectively groaned again and started shaking their heads. The windows were opened and off came most of our clothes, with the exception of our caps, sliding pants, and shoes.

Once we got more comfortable, the two or three card games taking place continued, and we gutted out the rest of the trip the best we could. When we stopped briefly for lunch at a Burger King, our Coach, B. You play this game long enough it will break your heart time and time again.

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Cypress coach John Weber after a , nine inning win over La Mirada to advance to the D1 championship game pic. In fact Cypress nearly took the lead in the bottom of the sixth on a wild pitch, but catcher Darius Perry raced back, grabbed the ball and threw to DeHaro in time to tag out the Centurions Cameron Repetti just before he crossed home.

It was painful because La Mirada had the bases loaded and one out in the fifth, and first and second with one out in the sixth, and each time hit into an inning-ending double play. Peter Werth wins it for Cypress, over La Mirada in the 9th pic. Our guys were matching their guys.

Earlier in the season, Repetti beat La Mirada in a Loara tournament game and struck out