I am stuck in a certain situation. I am a junior currently, and I cannot decide whether or not to play baseball this spring and I was wondering if you guys have any advice for me. I just do not find the sport fun and enjoyable anymore. It would not kill me to play baseball this year and i would definitely letter this year, but it would take up a awfully large portion of my time that could be used for studying for the SAT and ACT or prepping for the CFA. I am already deeply involved with swim at my school, earning a letter my sophomore year and elected captain my junior year and elected for my senior year. So would quitting baseball and not earning a varsity letter affect my WCS and over all view from the academy? Should I just suck it up and play? I plan on doing cross-country my senior year to add another letter. I am involved quite a few ECs and I have named positions in those clubs, so would quitting baseball and not receiving an extra varsity letter hurt me in the long run? My district is not too competitive, but because it has so much land in it, it is hard to determine how competitive it will be this year. Even if I don't get a MOC nomination, I will get a presidential nomination.