I saw the only semi pro league in Delaware has placed zero guys in the majors and the best guys aspire to play at the colleges I went to and was not only the best player at, but the best player in the league. I guess everything is relative. Great lifts. I still lift that even now. That is ok for baseball, but stinks for college football. A 330 BP in college football makes you a punch line. I was one with higher than that, but had long arms and speed, so I made up for a weak bench. It depends on your position. Good luck trying to make it to the college level in your semi pro league. If you were good you'd be playing in a college....not there.
No sense debating with the clueless and stupid. Good luck in your semi pro league. Scouts from those schools don't even go to look at that league with the budgets now. Send film of your best homer. You must be a poor student too. Playing semi pro over college is as stupid as you can get if you are aspiring to play pro. I've known many major leagues that are friends and none of them used that path. Not one. They all went to college or were drafted and played at the lowest double A. They mock themselves for not being better. You don't make the pros or do something big in college and you are probably not a "great athlete." That is reality my friend. You also don't know jack about roids which is what I said in the 1st place. Maybe you should buy some here and try to experiment. I never did, but the temptation was there. I would have been way bigger than 240. Wanted to have hair, sex, and all that other stuff and made the right choice. I've seen many an FBB and guy fall apart b/c of roids. I know exactly what they do b/c I've seen it. That was the gist of the non athlete comment. In a semi pro league away from college strength coaches and football.....you never see that stuff or oif you do....likely are learning from some moron.
End of discussion. This guy might well be posting from the local prison as he plans his semi- pro baseball career. I love the word semi pro. Means you are not good enough for college or pro.