May 16, 2014 Edition

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Why Do Parents Attack Coaches? If coaching a team isn’t difficult enough, parents can up the ante when it comes to ratcheting up the pressure.

Cory Hahn of Arizona State graduates on time after being paralyzed from the chest down after sliding head first into second base during his freshman year.

• Legendary “Shoe” Nelson builds a powerhouse program at Spanish Fork HS, Utah.

• Tommy John surgeries up 10-fold in last decade.

• Coaches suspended after multiple  ejections.

Editorial: Elbow surgeries are an alarming epidemic facing young pitchers.

Special column: Parents don’t have to be coach’s enemy.

Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: When catcher’s interference called, play is alive.

Collegiate Baseball’s National High School Poll: Lambert HS, GA is No. 1 with 28-0 record.

High School Notes: Buster Kelso of Christian Brothers HS, Tenn. is now winningest coach in Tennessee history.

NAIA Notes: Chad Ellingson throws 179 pitches over 15 innings during 1-0 victory for Presentation College.

Junior College Notes: New Mexico Military Inst. hitters belt 4 consecutive homers in game against Phillips.

NCAA Division I Notes: Long Beach State’s Josh Frye hasn’t allowed a run in 25 consecutive innings.

NCAA Division 3 Notes: Montclair State’s Norm Schoenig will retire after amazing career

NCAA Division 2 Notes: Will Tampa go wire-to-wire with No. 1 ranking?

Charlie Greene Instructional Clinic: Players must be prepared for anything in baseball.

Q&A: Mike Gillespie, Hall of Fame head coach at U.C. Irvine, explains unique strategies he uses in games, including steal of home and utilizing 5 infielders.

Tom Kovic: With colleges so expensive, financial aid is hot topic.

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