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The amount of scholarship that is given will vary from school to school. NCAA Div. I and II will have a limited number of scholarships they can give and the coach will work within those parameters when offering scholarships. This can range from a very minimal amount to a full tuition/room and board scholarship.
NCAA Division III schools technically cannot award money for "athletics". They have a lot of flexibility through the admissions office to award "leadership" scholarships to students who might happen to play baseball. Money will vary here as well- never a full ride on leadership- but for an academically talented student they can usually combine academic scholarships with "leadership" scholarships to help cover the costs of tuition. Room and board (books, incidentals) are almost always the student's responsibility in Division III.
This website lays out the NCAA scholarship allocations: http://www.scholarshipstats.com/ncaalimits.html
This website provide more in-depth information on baseball scholarships:
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Articles and Websites of Interest
This article paints an interesting and probably truthful light on baseball scholarships vs. football, etc. http://espn.go.com/espnw/title-ix/article/7959799/the-silent-enemy-men-sports
Explaining the difference between NCAA & NAIA
USA Today's High School Page has a lot of great articles about the recruiting process: http://usatodayhss.com/
The Next College Student Athlete offers several articles to guide you through the recruiting process.