A new feature here at Chasing The Dream in the 2013 season will be called The Cycle. We will take a look at the performances of all the players that we have featured here at Chasing The Dream and highlight the top performances during a ten-game span. We hope you enjoy this new feature as we stay on top of all of our highlighted players as they chase their way to the major leagues.
Since the birth of professional baseball, Harvard has only produced 16 athletes that have appeared in at least one professional game. Eric Eadington, an Economics grad from Harvard University hopes he will make number 17. As pitchers and catchers begin taking the field this week for the 2013 edition of spring training, we take a look at left-handed pitcher Eric Eadington and his unique quest toward making his major league debut.
Most players who make it to the professional ranks as a baseball player are fortunate to be drafted one time. Others, have the honor of being drafted twice once high school and then again in college. For Adalberto Santos, the third time ended up being the charm. This now outfielder from the Bronx, New York was drafted three times during his amateur career before he started his chase to the major leagues with the Pittsburgh Pirates.