A handful of local college baseball players returned to the field recently for practices and games through the San Diego League. The eight-team SDL includes 248 players, with a waiting list for 100 more, who have been nothing short of eager to get back to baseball. The college baseball season was canceled March 12, along with all other NCAA spring sports, so to these players, three months seems like three years at this point. Baseball has returned in some states – Iowa, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas – but nearly 90% of the nation’s collegiate summer leagues were canceled this year. The SDL is uniquely positioned to play because, among other things, its games are limited to one location. Other leagues have teams located in different cities and the city-to-city travel made things mor
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