Feb. 25, 2022 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

• Air Force’s Remarkable Paul Skenes: Throws 25 mph harder in 4 years while gaining 6 inches and 70 pounds.

Special Collegiate Baseball Investigation: Why are coaches paid well under minimum wage?

Science & Hitting: Dr. Coop DeRenne explains how batters should swing based on decades of research.

Fine Art Of Switch-Hitting: Hall of Fame skipper Scott Pickler of Cypress College explains how to teach hitters this skill even in college .

Enjoying More Peak Performances: Expert on this subject delves into how the mind works and how athletes can play at higher level.

Lou Pavlovich, Jr. Column:  The late Ed Cheff may have been best college coach ever at Lewis-Clark St. not only because of 16 NAIA national titles but because of his amazing system. 

• Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Batter interference situations are fascinating to look at.

• Bianco Named Manager Of Team USA: Ole Miss coach will be the skipper of 2022 Collegiate National Team.

More Elite High School Teams: Collegiate Baseball gives a rundown on other potent prep teams across the USA. 

• High School Tournament Rundown: As the pandemic restrictions begin to ease, big high school baseball tournaments are coming back again.

College Notes: Stony Brook barred from playing in America East Conference tournament, Midway (KS) scores 16 runs in one inning against Georgia Gwinnett but still loses, 18-16 and much more.

• Lee Seras Commentary: Cincinnati Reds’ scout takes a close look at the one knee down catching style and whether it is good for baseball.

Adam Sarancik: College coaches look for good people, good athletes.

Frank Sims Will Retire: After 37 seasons at the helm of Spring Hill College, he will step down after the 2022 season.

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