Wenatchee Valley player drafted by K.C
Carlson said the Royals scout had only seen him pitch once for WVC.
"He said he's going to come down and watch me play with Moses Lake as soon as possible to get a better look," said Carlson, who didnít begin pitching until his first year at WVC.
Carlson, who has used up his junior college eligibility after completing his second year at WVC, said he has had conversations with several four-year colleges, but is leaning towards going pro.
"I haven't made a decision either way, but it would have to be a pretty extreme circumstance for me to turn down this kind of thing," said Carlson, who got the save in Moses Lake's 4-2 win over Kelowna on Wednesday night. "It's a boyhood dream to get drafted."