April 18, 2014 Edition

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• Former Dodger pitcher Orel Hershiser explains his remarkable system for performing at a consistently high level.

• Thomas Eshelman of Cal. St. Fullerton is the greatest control pitcher in college baseball history and explains how he developed great command.

• Eric Kibler leads Horizon H.S. (AZ) to 6 Arizona state titles with interesting techniques that allow for excellence.

• Johns Hopkins’ math wizards use their expertise to streamline schedules in baseball.

• USA Baseball names its 2014 18U coaching staff.

Editorial: Unfair playing conditions must be changed for good of game

Special column: Should single elimination be a part of NCAA Division I playoffs? Rob Nelson comes up with a unique plan that could pump millions of dollars into game.

NCAA Division 2 Notes: Southern New Hampshire pitchers strike out 22 batters in game to set new record.

Intriguing New Products: Collegiate Baseball takes a look at items that will help baseball programs.

• Paul Reddick explains how to work in baseball instruction arena with great results.

Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Running violations come in many shapes, forms.

Freezing Weather Is For Penguins: Part 2 of Randy Mazey’s in-depth analysis of why college baseball must move its season into warmer weather.

NAIA Notes: Tabor’s Jacob Webb strikes out 29 batters over 14 innings.

 Collegiate Baseball’s National High School Poll: Archbishop McCarthy No. 1 with 19-1 record, 15-game winning streak.

High School Notes: Mike Delio of Carle Place H.S., N.Y. strikes out all 21 batters in rare perfect game.

Junior College Notes: Long Beach City’s Manuel Barragan extends scoreless streak to 24 innings.

NCAA Division I Notes: Texas skipper Augie Garrido becomes winningest coach in college baseball history with 1,894th victory.

NCAA Division 3 Notes: Joe Mendez hits for home run cycle over doubleheader.

Charlie Greene Instructional Clinic: Search for safe, efficient mechanics never ends.

Tom Kovic: 5 important factors crucial in initial college list.

• Former Heartland Community College player Michael Collins dies from massive injuries sustained in automobile accident.

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