TALLAHASSEE James Ramsey sat down in a crowded room last August and explained his decision.
How he loved Florida State. How he also wanted to play professional baseball.
He was a junior outfielder and could come back to finish up a degree in Finance, enjoy his senior season and try to again reach the College World Series. Or he could sign a six-figure deal that the Minnesota Twins, who drafted him in the 22nd round, were offering and start his career in the minors.
"After weeks of prayer, discussions, and reflections, I came to the conclusion that I would return for my final year at FSU," Ramsey said that day. "I feel like either decision could have been the right one.
"Obviously, this was an unbelievably tough decision to make between starting my professional career a year early and returning for my senior season."
But sitting inside Dick Howser Stadium on Sunday night, just minutes after FSU had defeated Samford 5-2 to win the Tallahassee Regional, Ramsey knew that he had ma...