Given that many of the problems with college baskeball and football arise precisely because they are used as a minor league for the NBA and NFL, I hardly think that it's reassuring to know that baseball wants to go the same way. Usually, baseball with its minor league system is used as the example of how the NBA should go. Kids who have no interest in being college students, getting to play professionally right out of high school.
They also are missing the point that minor league baseball grows interest in the sport. College baseball stops in the summer, whereas a minor league game is a great thing to do, as a group or a family. I don't think collegiate summer leagues can replace it.
I agree. College baseball doesn't exist in the summer, for the most part, making it unsuited to be a mainstay of "the summer game".