Feb. 23, 2018 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

 Game Plan For Staying Away From Flu: One of worst flu seasons in history doesn’t have to impact entire teams if certain procedures are followed.

 Tosses Goose Eggs For 2 Months: Purdue’s Ross Learnard made 21 straight appearances last season without giving up a run.

• Hacking The Batting Swing: Perry Husband explains his cheat codes of launch angles and what this means for hitters. 

• Final Season For Miami’s Jim Morris: Superb skipper shares what he has learned in 41 years as a college head baseball coach.

• High School Teams To Watch: CB gives its annual rundown of top prep teams across the USA.

• Lou Pavlovich Column: Wake Forest’s Tom Walter is a special role model who donated one of his kidneys to save the life of freshman Kevin Jordan.

• Editorial: Ejection epidemic across college baseball can be solved with action.

 2018 NJCAA Hall Of Fame Class: Four special coaches will be inducted, including Tom Arrington (San Jacinto-North), Dave Burroughs (Cowley College), Larry Giangrosso (Central Alabama) and Jerry Halstead (John A. Logan).

 Book Review: Remarkable book by Bob Keyes of Bio-Kinetics explains 30 year study of top MLB hitters. It should be required reading for anyone serious about hitting.

• Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Lame duck runner can cause problems in double play situations.

 Geoff MillerSlowing the game down is crucial for athletes in baseball games.

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