Sept 1, 2023 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

Incredible Pitching Innovator: Wes Johnson utilizes every avenue to help pitchers thrive from biomechanics, mobility testing, nutrition, weight training to finger pressure in his elite system.

More Bat Testing Recommended By NCAA Baseball Rules Committee: Additional testing prior to games will prevent problems from taking place.

Rules Changes For High School Baseball: National Federation of State High School Associations’ Baseball Rules Committee approves use of 1-way communication devices along with a number of other changes.

Editorial: The time has come for the U.S. Senate and Congress to work together and pass a federal bill that allows the NCAA to regulate NIL (name, image and likeness) deals to athletes at universities. 

Lou Pavlovich Column: Have you ever wondered how outfielders track down hit balls? Here is what science tells us, and it is fascinating.

Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Catcher’s interference is increasing every year across pro baseball.

College Summer Baseball Results: Collegiate Baseball delves into the winners of leagues across the USA along with different All-League teams.

USA Baseball News: Japan captures 44th annual USA vs. Japan All-Star series along with news on the 18U national team and USA Baseball 12 & Under squad which captured the U-12 Baseball World Cup..

Alaska Baseball League Unveils Bold 2024 Plan: This historic league will celebrate its 50th season in 2024 and plans some innovative changes under Commissioner Chip Dill.

Coaching Changes Across USA: Our ongoing report delves into new head coaches, contract extensions, retiring skippers and new assistant coaches.

End Of College Baseball Career Isn’t Doomsday: Nationally known author Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino addresses many important issues.

Hitting The Curve: Hall of Fame Coach Jack Dunn explains his extensive plan for adjusting to this challenging pitch.

LSU No. 1 In Total Attendance, Average: Tigers lead NCAA Div. I attendance with 447,527 in 40 home games and averaged 11,188 per contest.

Adam Sarancik Speaks Out: Fundamental problem exists with emphasis on winning ball games and not focusing on a clear vision for success.

Finalist For Special Award: LSU All-American Dylan Crews among six athletes who are in the running for the 93rd AAU James E. Sullivan Award.

Big 12 Scholar-Athlete Winner: Braden Barry of West Virginia picks up this prestigious honor after sporting a 3.73 grade point average while studying finance.

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