There are two aspects of education that would benefit a pro baseball player - education on how to play effectively and education to manage your career.
Just about any school with a reputation for fielding competitive teams can teach you how to play effectively. Those with a high number of players going into the pro draft may be a little more effective. To figure out which schools that would be, get copies of the pro draft for the past 5 years and add up the number of players for each school. You also would want to look at turnover in the coaching staff. If the coaching staff that racked up all the wins is no longer there, then the past performance is a much weaker indicator as to how well you will be taught.
To find a school that can help manage a pro baseball player's career, you should look at schools with well regarded business programs, accounting programs, law programs, or management programs. Any one of those could be a good major that will give a future pro player skills that will help them manage their career and the money they make.
A quick review of some of the teams that played in the college World Series recently might be a good illustration:
South Carolina - outstanding baseball reputation - average academic reputation
Florida - outstanding baseball reputation - a little above average for academics
LSU - very good baseball reputation - a little above average for academics
Texas - outstanding baseball reputation - high academic reputation
Fresno State - very good baseball reputation - average academic reputation
Georgia - very good baseball reputation - average to above average academics
Oregon State - good baseball reputation - average to above average academics
North Carolina - good baseball reputation - outstanding academic reputation
Miami (FL) - outstanding baseball reputation - average academic reputation
Arizona State - outstanding baseball reputation - very good academic reputation
Southern Cal - very good baseball reputation - outstanding academic reputation
Florida State - very good baseball reputation - above average academic reputation
The list is certainly not exhaustive, but it illustrates that no one school is best. It depends on your priorities. None of them guarantee success - that part depends on the talent and commitment of the player.
good scholarship and be great a baseball
You need to have a college degree to get a job.Then,you need to have a career to become a professional baseball player.
Work hard play in college hope for the best of you have a small chance
Go to college.
You can become a famous baseball player by entering on a team and try to be the best one and you will be a famous baseball player
well if you want to be a pro baseball player, you should play in high school. than if your goiod enough, a college will offer you a scholarship to play baseball and attend that college. then when college is over you might become a free agent, or a team might offer you an invitation to play for them,
Any college that has a football team
No, you do not have to go to college to become a tennis player. Some professionals go right out into tournaments from high school. The college-or-no-college debate for tennis players has been around for a while, but it all depends on the skill level of the player.
They get a good scholarship at baseball
You need to at least pass high school. In high school you need to take health and P.E. College is not required, but you get more pay with a college degree.