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When I played college ball there wasn’t a proliferation of NCAA approved collegiate summer leagues. The three most known leagues were the Cape, Alaska and Jayhawk Leagues. I just looked up the Alaska and Jayhawk Leagues to discover they still exist. I’ve never seen them mentioned on the board. Do they have any relevance anymore? 

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Don't know much about Jayhawk, but Alaska is still good. 

Mine had a choice between three leagues for this past summer, Alaska being one of them. He passed, the three hour ride to the closest team combined with 55 in July didn't really sell him on it. But looking at the would be roster, it may have been the best team he would have played for. He didn't end up playing summer ball with Covid.

I know he'd rather not play summer ball at all. He's a pitcher and if he's not playing in the Cape or NW he'd rather just do driveline and train on his own. From what I understand everybody hates summer ball and it's a huge waste of time if you're not a draft prospect or a young guy who didn't play and is trying to get reps. I can't imagine being in Alaska would make that situation much better. 

 

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