April 8, 2016 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

April 8 2016 Page 1• Special Report: Unique hybrid pitching system of future explored.

• Remarkable Navy Pitcher: Luke Gillingham puts up huge strikeout numbers with numerous complete games.

• Injury Prevention: Assessments are vital tool prior to starting velocity improvement programs for hitting or pitching.

• Lessons From John Scolinos: Lesson of 17-inch home plate is one that will never be forgotten by this Hall of Fame skipper.

• Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Few know about special rules that are in place for injured runners.

• Special Tribute: Coach “Wheels” puts up save for San Jacinto College despite being confined to wheelchair.

• JC Notes: Kent Shelley captures 900th win at Johnson County CC.

• HS National Poll: Coppell (Tex) No. 1 at 18-0 in Collegiate Baseball’s National HS Poll.

High School Notes: Legendary Sam Blalock of Rancho Bernardo HS (San Diego, CA) captures 900th career victory.

Collegiate Baseball NCAA Div. 1 Poll: Florida No. 1 after rolling to 23-3 record.

• NCAA Div. 1 Notes: East Carolina, Monmouth play wild game that includes triple play, near no-hitter.

• National Players Of The Week: Pitcher throws no-hitter for Arizona State while Dallas Baptist hitter belts 6 homers, among other achievements.

• NCAA Div. 3 Notes: Salisbury’s Pete Grasso hits three homers with 9 RBI during 34-10 win.

• Andy McKay: Consistent, predictable performances can be achieved with ideal emotional state.

• NAIA Notes: LSU-Shreveport’s Alex Montero puts together 25-game hitting streak.

• Jack Dunn: Fear is one area that coaches should candidly discuss.

• NCAA Div. 2 Notes: Missouri Southern’s Jesse Rall goes on tear with 4 homers in 3 games.

• Charlie Greene: Solution to injuries is vital.

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