Sept 2 2022 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

• Special Report: No sun protection is a risky proposition for baseball coaches.

Louisville’s Dan McDonnell Issues Stark Warning: Cardinals’ skipper has spent 45,000 hours in the sun during 30-year career and has had numerous pre-cancerous lesions taken off skin.

Q&A With Leading Dermatologist: Dr. Susan Chon of MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston goes into detail on how to protect yourself from sun with sunscreen and different hats, wearing apparel.

New NCAA Rules For 2023-24: Pickoffs are still allowed, but second step-off or fake throw to a base with same batter up during an inning will now result in a ball called by umpire.

The Incredible Jerry Weinstein: Lou Pavlovich delves into the many intriguing thoughts of this elite baseball skipper.

Passing Of 2 Legendary Coaches: Oklahoma City Head Coach Denney Crabaugh dies after prolonged battle with cancer while former Southern Mississippi skipper Corky Palmer passes at the age of 66.  

• Editorial: Are there too many home runs being hit in college baseball today? A record 452 were belted during the 2022 NCAA Div. I tournament. If the game is out of balance, simply go back to the raised seam baseball.

NIL Deals With Junior College Players: New opportunities allow NJCAA baseball players to make extra money.

• Summer Baseball Roundup: Collegiate Baseball features its annual rundown of summer league champions, All-League teams across the USA. Bourne wins first Cape Cod League title in 13 years, Santa Barbara Foresters capture 10th NBC World Series crown while Corvallis wins 6th straight West Coast League title, plus much more.

Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Answers to your baseball rules’ questions.

USA Baseball Summer News: USA collegiate team wins bronze during 2022 Honkbalweek, 12 & under national team captures World Cup gold with 10-2 win over Venezuela.

• Coaching Changes Across the USA: Ryan Cougill named new skipper at Iowa Western, Keith Lytle new head coach at Oklahoma City University, plus much more. 

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