With 21 college commitments among players in the Class of 2023, the CT Capitals have a track record of helping players in the Hartford, Conn., region take their baseball careers to the next level.
The Capitals' success in finding college baseball homes for players is all the more impressive when considering the travel ball program does not compete in tournaments outside of the Northeast.
"We tend to get kids who can play at a high level within New England," said CT Capitals Director of Baseball Operations Brian Mazella. "We target all tournaments in New England and the Northeast region so that they're playing in front of coaches at local programs. We have a roster that includes 90% D3 guys, and there's nothing wrong with that. But we're not going to ask for money to travel to some of the showcase tournaments outside of the region."
We profile the CT Capitals as part of our ongoing Travel Ball Spotlight Series. Here's a look at the program's college commits, top uncommitted prospects, and the outlook for 2023.