It's still winter.
But that doesn't mean the Boys of Summer are not already gearing up for another season.
And while the boys of the Pottstown High School baseball team are gearing up to gear up for the season, they've run into a little snag.
"We'll do some practices and play a scrimmage or two," Evans said. "There are six or seven teams in the PAC-10 who have been doing this for as long as 20 years, but this will be the first time we're taking the entire team down from Pottstown."
Money was collected and raised among the team members and through fund-raiser (no tax money is being spent) and all the arrangements were made.
But then the facility, called Cocoa Expo, got behind on renovations and will not have an occupancy permit in time for the Trojans' arrival.
Having already raised $15,000 to $16,000 to take the 18 players and three coaches to Florida, the team now finds it needs a little more money.
It's about $1,500 they need to pay the van company and they need it by March 7.
A fund-raiser will be held on Feb. 12 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Jake's Wayback Burgers in the Upland Square Shopping Center off Route 100 in West Pottsgrove.
If burgers aren't your speed but you'd like to lend a hand and send a check, it should be made out to: "Pottstown Baseball," and mailed to Pottstown High School, 750 N. Washington St., Pottstown, PA 19464.