"With the rise in the use of aluminum and other metallic bats in high school and college baseball, one of the most daunting challenges facing pro prospects is learning how to hit with a wooden bat. Consequently, there has been an increase in the number of summer leagues that use wooden bats. After two modest seasons for Hamline University, Dan Kaczrowski spent the past two summers playing in wood bat leagues. The exposure, coupled with his work ethic, has enabled Dan to become the MIAC Player of the Year, an All-American, a preseason national Player of the Year and possibly a pro prospect."
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