For college players throughout New England, the summer months are all about baseball. A new school year is weeks away, so the only worry is the nine innings ahead.
Mystic Schooners pitcher Trey McLoughlin (Shelton, Conn.) sure doesn’t mind.
“That’s the best part about summer ball,” the rising Fairfield University junior said. “You just get to have fun and play the game, and you don't really have anything else on your mind.”
As seasons changed from spring to summer in the Nutmeg State, all that’s been on McLoughlin’s mind is mowing down opposing New England Collegiate Baseball League batters.