No medical advice this time. Anyways, okay, so I play baseball for a small school and am a Junior. I played last year too and was statistically one of the best hitters on our team, but I was forced to ride the bench and only backup at second base because both the coach's son and assistant coach's son played that position, and they would take their turns pitching. Anyways, so, jump forward to this year. In the fall, despite having severe anxiety problems I managed to play in the University of Minnesota fallball league where only the best of the best played in. Literally. Nobody threw below 75 mph, and I did alright there, I think. I also lifted 4 days a week starting from December to April. I did all this because I wanted to start, because I was disappointed of not starting last year, when I definitely thought I would. Jump forward to this year, where half the team last year left because they were seniors, and I finally thought I would start at second because both the coach's sons have left. Well, what do you know, my arm has become about twice as powerful as it was last year, and the coach tries me out as both a shortstop and third baseman, which I have never played before. I did ridiculously well, and got complements from everyone. First game comes along, and he doesn't play me until the last inning when we were leading 18-8. He played three freshmen over me. I don't get it. I've asked him a couple times what I need to do to start/why I'm not starting and everytime he says "I play the players that don't mess up". Well, that's great. Look on the website and you will see I had the best fielding percentage on the team last year. I hit over .300. What more do you need, coach? Am I right to start thinking about quitting or to just finish up the year and not rejoin? What should I do?