but I'll take whatever I can get.
How serious are you about a job like this? Is it the job with the baseball club or the institution that you want to be part of?
Is there something specific that you'd like to do as an intern or anything that comes down the pike?
I'm not trying to give you a ten second interview - but I am trying to direct your thinking with some reasoning like any coach or hiring agent would do.
First off, do they need you as bad as you ned them? Is there a need at all or are these give-away spots based on who-ya-now instead of what you know.
Is your base studies supporting this interest? Are you a math major trying to gain access into the jock world? Well, how about the local high schools, American Legion clubs, and how about other baseball organizations?
College ball is about friendships and loyality. A track record of knowing someone who won't upset the apple cart .. sort of speak, is what drives this world. Coaches in college baseball are not exactly the driving force for coast to coast TV coverage, big time sneaker deals and the like. Their budgets are tight like you wouldn't believe and any intern job is subject to considerations other than talent.
However, "keeping at it", being there at every turn and "really wanting it"
does open the door for a lot of youngsters. A coach can appreciate that - even admire it. " Oh, heck... I'll give the kid a chance" has seen the light of day by more youngster than not. Stick with it.