Jan. 3, 2014 College Preview Edition

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• Special 2014 College Preview section features 36 pages of information about top teams, players in all college divisions.

• In-depth feature story on the development of N.C. State pitcher Carlos Rodon and how he has gone from a 16th round pick in 2011 to the odds on favorite to be the first pick overall in the 2014 June Free Agent Draft.

• Full page look at why Cal. St. Fullerton is ranked No. 1 in NCAA Division I.

• Complete rundown on every team ranked in the Fabulous 40 pre-season poll, including top returnees, top newcomers, key losses and outlook.

• In-depth look at all 31 NCAA Division I conferences, projected order of finish, last year’s RPI rating for each team, last year’s finish, projected pitcher and player of the year and rundown on top players for each team.

• Louisville Slugger pre-season NCAA Division I All-American team complete with 3 teams made up of 80 elite players.

• 2014 Draft Preview with a look at the top 60 players in college baseball projected to be first or second round picks in the June Free Agent Draft.

• Rundown on pre-season All-Americans in NCAA Division II, players to watch and an in-depth look at the top 25 teams.

• Top NCAA Division III players along with in-depth look at top 25 teams.

• NAIA pre-season All-Americans, players to watch and an in-depth look at the top 16 teams.

• Top junior college players across the USA, plus a close look at the top 10 NJCAA Division I teams and top five teams in NJCAA Divisions II and III.

• California JC pre-season All-Americans, in addition to a look at the top 5 Southern California schools, top 5 Northern California teams and top 5 community colleges in the Northwest.

• Special feature story on former USC superstar Bill Bordley who became a Secret Service Agent as he guarded presidents of the United States.

• Special feature story on Cochise College LHP Steve Naemark who quit baseball, endured a torture chamber of dead end jobs for 4 years and now is one of the elite pitchers in junior college baseball.

• Alan Jaeger delves into mental game management and how athletes can focus properly in games.

• Oregon State’s Nate Yeskie named Collegiate Baseball’s Pitching Coach of The Year with an in-depth story of how he trains pitchers with his remarkable system.

• Mississippi State’s Butch Thompson explains that the new flat seam ball may actually be a benefit to pitchers when it comes to command.

• University of Washington builds stunning $15 million baseball stadium.

• American Baseball Coaches Association feels that all coaches who work in youth baseball, including high school coaches, should be licensed and certified before being allowed to coach.

• Pete Wilkinson and John Pinkman explain the importance of Myelin and why it is one of the hottest topics in the American Medical Association as a special discussion on this topic will take place at the ABCA Convention in Dallas Jan. 4 during the Pitching Hot Stove League session.

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