Feb. 11, 2022 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

• Matty Miller Nearly Dies In Blazing Home Inferno: Felician righthander slips into coma for 1 1/2 months and in hospitals for 2 years with 63 percent of body burned.

Special Father & Son Story: Brooks Lee developed into an elite pro prospect with help of his dad Larry, head coach at Cal Poly.

Special Hitting Report: Dr. Coop DeRenne delves into key aspects with 4-part series.

White Line Fever: Sports psychologist Tom Hanson explains why condition can bring pitchers to their knees if solution is not found. He gives some important answers.

Editorial: NCAA 1-time transfer rule is bad for sports.

Lou Pavlovich, Jr.:  Andrew Checketts of U.C. Santa Barbara has a brilliant plan to keep pitchers away from injuries. 

• Jaime Cevallos: Who really are the true hitting gurus now?

• Tommy Wells: Profanity-laced tirade in mirror now for Ranger College Head Coach Scott Norwood.

Gary Ward: More verbal cues given for hitters so they can excel at their craft. 

• Jim Sherman Set To Retire: Delaware veteran skipper enters his 22nd and final year with Blue Hens.

Lee Seras: Is velocity the sole measuring stick for pitchers?

• Brian DeLunas Dies At Age 46: Missouri’s pitching coach passes away after extended battle with kidney disease.

Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Follow-through interference plays explained in detail.

Adam Sarancik: Tactics to hit changeup, breaking ball examined.

Dave Serrano Set To Retire: Veteran skipper set to embark on 33rd year of coaching in 2022.

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