See the stars of the day after tomorrow, Cape League Baseball.


The Paw-Sox have been accurately advertising themselves as the “Stars of Tomorrow” since before Bronson Arroyo threw a no-hitter at McCoy Stadium.  But even further from, “The Show,” are the players in the Cape Cod Summer Baseball League, and given the history of the premier amateur baseball league in the country you’re more than likely to see some players who are headed there.  The Cape League has been in existence since 1885 and has sent thousands of young prospects on the road to the bigs.  The down home nature of the league is exemplified even further by the fact that the collegiate aged players work day jobs and stay with host families.  Throw in the fact that the league plays with wood bats, and if if that’s not enough to sell you on Cape baseball think about this: the Harwich Mariners have had that name longer than their MLB counterparts in Seattle, who “only” picked it up in 1977.

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