March 24, 2017 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

• Special Report: Kentucky’s Kole Cottam endures torture chamber from hell with 13 eye surgeries.

• Future Of Cell Phones: Batteries of future will hold much more energy which will allow technology to rocket forward for baseball.

• Editorial: NCAA suspension of players was absolutely ridiculous. 

• Danger Of Chewing Tobacco: Former Georgia State skipper Mike Hurst suffered greatly with throat cancer.

• Art Of Coaching Outfielders: In-depth advice given by fabulous Major League coach Sam Suplizio in this special 2-part series.

• Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Type B obstruction plays discussed at length which makes everything crystal clear.

• NAIA Notes:  Oklahoma Wesleyan’s Chris Tapia hits for cycle, among many noteworthy items.

• 23-Year Study Doesn’t Lie: Steve Vickery vividly shows how vital it is that batters hit pitches before getting to 2-strike count.  

• NCAA Division 2 Notes: Lance Barkley of Washburn University nearly loses legs in bon fire gone wrong, among a host of other interesting items.

Collegiate Baseball’s NCAA Division I Poll Presented By Big League Chew: Oregon State No. 1 with glistening 14-1 record, 1.20 ERA. Read about the other top 30 teams and extensive notes.

Collegiate Baseball’s National Players of The Week: Four pitchers strike out 15 batters while three hitters belt 4 home runs with multiple RBIs, plus other amazing achievements.

NCAA Division I NotesWild game between TCU and Texas A&M produces a combined 46 strikeouts in 15-inning contest which is second highest strikeout total in NCAA history.

• Charlie Greene: Important fielding technique introduced that will help infielders.

• Junior College Notes: NJCAA Hall of Fame class includes Bo Hall (Cochise College), Craig Young (Middle Georgia State, Abraham Baldwin) and Roger Bidwell (UConn Avery Point), plus many more junior college notes.

Collegiate Baseball’s National High School Poll: Archbishop McCarthy H.S. (Southwest Ranches, Fla.) kicks off the season with 7 straight wins. See the rest of the top 30 and read extensive notes on all the ranked teams.

• NCAA Division 3 Notes: La Verne’s Christopher Arcos fires no-hitter during 10-0 win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, in addition to extensive notes on NCAA Division 3 action across the nation.

• Jack Dunn: With runner on third, 1 out, what would you do defensively?

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