The following is a sample letter for sending a college coach or
professional scout a copy of your high school or summer baseball
This is a simple letter to send along with a copy of your fall,
spring (high school) or summer schedule. It is important to
send college coaches copies of your schedules, in order for them
to watch you in real game situations. Many coaches will not offer
scholarship money to a player they have not seen play, in a game.
It is important to keep the coaches aware of when and where you
will be playing
NOTE: It is important that the telephone contact information be on the copy
of the schedule. Not in the body of this letter. That way the coach or scout
only has one piece of paper to keep track of. Especially important for pitchers!
Coach Daniel Wilson
P.O. Box 3340
Collegedale, State 11220-3340
I am writing this letter to tell you of my continued interest
in playing baseball for State University.
I am enclosing a copy of my (name the season) spring high school
baseball schedule. My coach's school (or work) and home
telephone numbers are on the schedule. Please contact him
with any schedule questions. (This is especially important
for pitchers ....college coaches will want to verify that you
will be pitching on a day that they visit)
I realize that it is very difficult for college coaches to see
high school players (during the spring season), due to conflicts
with their own team's schedules.
Use this paragraph to update the coach on any news or items of
interest. Such as; if you were invited to a prestigious high
school showcase (Perfect Game, Team One, etc). Any honors received.....
maybe a football or basketball award, a special academic achievement, etc.
Please send any information regarding upcoming camps that you
will be hosting.
Thank you for taking the time to read this letter. I hope to
hear more about State University and Tiger baseball, in the future.
(sign the letter here)
110 Evergreen Drive
Cityview, State 16607
E Mail address
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