I saw this here
"Players must abstain completely from competition to preserve a season of eligibility during a redshirt year. Players who appear in even one inning of one baseball game will lose a season of eligibility, unless they later gain a hardship waiver for injury, illness, family crisis, natural disaster or other calamity."
So, am I reading this right? If a player appears in just one or two games all year, if he's not injured, then he loses a year of eligibility? This true?
How many times do you see a college coach use a player in just 2 games or less all year?