Why Does College Baseball Have So Few Scholarships?

The documentary movie Uneven explains the history of college baseball’s limit on scholarships to at 11.7 for the whole team, meaning that unlike football and basketball, most players only receive partial funding of their education while playing on the baseball team. The limit is driven by Title IX, which disproportionally affects baseball compared to others sports like softball that have smaller roster sizes.

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