As expected, OF Billy McKinney and IF Paul Hendrix have both signed pro-contracts with their respective professional teams.
In his final piece for Frogs O' War, former TCU Baseball player 2balls1cup gives his thoughts on the good, but mostly awful 2013 TCU Baseball season, and he pulls no punches.
Top commits Billy McKinney and Tyler Alexander both were drafted, along with TCU RHP Andrew Mitchell, but all in all TCU came away unscathed from the draft.
After an up and down year, Mitchell was selected with the 123rd overall pick of the 2013 Amateur Draft by the Chicago White Sox. The fourth round selection comes with a predetermined slot value of $413,000.
Alex Young and Boomer White have been named Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-Americans as announced by Collegiate Baseball today. Since 2004, TCU has produced 15 Freshmen All-Americans.
The 2012 draft took quite a lot of talent away from TCU, both juniors and incoming commits, but 2013 shouldn't be as hurtful to the Frogs.
After what was easily the most frustrating TCU Baseball season in well over a decade, our natural impulse is to try and answer the eternal question, "How did this happen?" The reasons are many, and many are hard to swallow.
Mercifully, the TCU Baseball season is over... Time to reflect on our problems? First, we have to decide on what actually went wrong.
With West Virginia's extra innings win over Oklahoma State, all the Frogs can do is ruin a good thing for Kansas