Here’s a question Fenway could answer based on his son’s experience ...
Is it easier for a pitcher versus a position player to be a STEM major and why?
I am interested to see Fenway's experience. I suspect the answer will vary from school to school. At son's school it was HARDER for a pitcher to be an STEM major than it would have been for a position player. Son played for two different pitching coaches. Both required pitchers to be at the field before position players. Even when they were done with their pitching work, head coach required them to stick around to shag balls for hitters. One of the pitching coaches often made them stay after games to do extra running.