Since all of the evidence indicates that "Shoeless Joe" Jackson of Chicago White Sox fame was illiterate, I'd think it is safe to assume that he didn't attend high school. It is also safe to assume that many other players in the early years of MLB didn't make it to the high school level.
Around 80% play High School ball.
In the class of 2011, 6.1 percent of HS baseball players played NCAA Div. 1, 2, or 3.
One percent ??
There are 11 players on the field for high school soccer. I know because I play.
No. IF you are on a high school baseball team you can have nothing to do with your travel baseball team until the high school season has ended.
Nine players play on the field at a time, but a high school team may have anywhere from four to ten substitutions in case of injuries, insubordination, failing off the team, etc.
Theo Epstein did play high school baseball. He graduated from Brookline High School in 1991 after playing ball for the Brookline High School Warriors.
About 9.8 million people are very good at lacrosse Take the number of lacrosse players that play in college. Take the number of players that play in high-school. Divide the amount that play in college by the amount that play in high-school. The answer (which will be a decimal) id the percentage. -ex. 0.15 = 15%
Barrington high school
There are no educational requirements to play in MLB, meaning Major League Baseball. With that said, most players have a high school education.
12.5% or 1/8th of high school laxers play in college
in high school
Less than 1% at the major league level for any given time.
The great majority of players drafted do not play high school hockey. Rather, they play in the junior leagues such as the OHL, WHL, and QMJHL. The player would have to play somewhere during high school. Just not necessarily for a high school team.
6% of all high school football athletes will go and play at the collegiate level.
None, many players are drafted out of high school. The first overall pick this year(2008) was Tim Beckham out of a Georgia High School.
There are no All-American professional girl baseball players. The All-American designation is limited to amateur athletes in college and, now, high school. Girl athletics in these areas do not play baseball.