I never did play high-school ball. But, I trained at home, learned to throw near 90mph, learned a change-up, 2 seemer, curve ball, and worked on a cutter. Everytime I came into baseball -pre-season, I got a health issue that selved me. Last year, sinus surgery, this year I had a gallbladder out with complications. I expect I will be throwing again in 3-4 months. Still have complicated heatlh matters, all non-muscular.
How can I get into a local college team when I did not play in high-school, but I do know how to pitch. I would pitch outside daily everyday, even in the winter against the backstop I made. I would make charcole marks on the backstop and aim for certain points with good accuracy, with the fastball and change-ups.
My father would help me train from pitching, to fielding.
And my age, would it matter much for a community college? I won’t be able to play this year, but I plan on training again this summer. I will be 26 when I try out next year. Would this matter much? And how so I go by next year when I do try out since I didn’t do high-school ball.
Baseball has been a passion of mine for awhile, but life has been rough for me these past few years, and like to make it as a pitcher.