Quin Cotton and the Oneonta Outlaws are enjoying a tremendous amount of success in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, their first season back in the PGCBL since their one-year stint in 2012.
Notre Dame's Peter Solomon is among those who have shined the brightest in the early juncture on the Cape as Jheremy Brown provides his first batch of notes from the league with an early look at the 2017 MLB Draft.
The Elmira Pioneers in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League averaged 3,377 fans a year ago, third best in all summer collegiate baseball, with a truly unique fan experience in upstate New York.
Taylor Olmstead, shown participating in the 2015 Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League home run derby, returns for another season with Utica, this time known as the Blue Sox.
Coastal Carolina third baseman Zach Remillard, the first-ever player to participate in three all-star games in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, prepares for a chance to advance to the CWS in Omaha.
Depending on how next week's MLB Draft shakes out, PG All-Americans Jeff Belge (p) and Ian Anderson could find themselves pitching for Amsterdam of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League as the 2016 season kicks off on Wednesday.
The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (PGCBL), which has added three new teams for the coming season, has released the 2016 schedule, including both the regular and post seasons.
PG rounds out the 2015 summer collegiate top prospect coverage by providing a league overview and detailed reports on the top 30 prospects in the Cape Cod League, led by Mercer outfeilder Kyle Lewis.
Lucas Erceg, now at Menlo College, made a big impressions during a short stint in the California Collegiate League as we provide detailed reports of the league's top 20 prospects.
As part of PG's detailed coverage of summer collegiate baseball, we turn our attention to a handful of prospects not covered in our league-by-league reports, including two-way talent Ryder Ryan.