That is the ratio of the number of high school baseball players who eventually will get the opportunity to play at Division 1 college baseball.
For players right here in New England, the odds drop to 96-to-1.
For this lucky one who did earn a baseball scholarship, it will cover only a fraction of the costs of college. A fully funded baseball program has 11.7 scholarships. This seems pretty generous based on your son’s high school roster that carries 15 or his club team that needs to scramble every Saturday morning to make sure they have enough to field a team.