Feb. 6, 2015 Collegiate Baseball

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Special Report: Sniper focus vital for pitching success as MLB pitchers only hit their targets 24% of time in 2014 season.

2014 Draft Analysis: Duke Dickerson uncovers eye-opening numbers that show why college baseball is still the preferred choice for pro organizations.  He looks at different college divisions, high school and the top NCAA Division I conferences broken down 1-10, 11-15, 16-20 and 21-32.

• Scholarships enhanced by “Big 5” conferences at NCAA convention which spells big trouble for other conferences across the USA. Only time will tell what happens in sport of baseball.

Don George Column: Is our national pastime on life support? Why are fewer and fewer kids playing sport of baseball and watching it on TV?

• Editorial: Unsanitary conditions must be addressed in baseball which can cause deadly conditions such as bacterial meningitis.

Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: 2015 rules’ quiz will test even the most accomplished rules experts across USA.

• Elite California H.S. Players Named: Iran Novick presents his annual list of superb prep players across the state for 2015.

• Amazing Hall Of Fame System: Wally Kincaid put up incredible win numbers at Cerritos College as he led teams to 6 California state JC titles and produced an incredible 60-game winning streak that spanned three seasons – the longest in baseball history.

Justin Dehmer Column: Five thoughts to remember on praising players for coaches.

Charlie Greene Column: Nobody could ever match the wit and wisdom of John Scolinos, former head coach at Cal. Poly Pomona.

Tom Kovic Column: Financial aid is a hot topic for many baseball players.

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