May 2, 2014 Edition

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• U.C. Santa Barbara head coach Andrew Checketts utilizes an innovative system that tracks everything a pitcher does which could result in pain, potential surgery.

Secrets Of Excellence Part 2: Eric Kibler delves into this intriguing area and offers his wisdom and experience in becoming a great baseball coach.

Editorial: When it cheating OK in game of baseball? The art of purposely being hit by pitches.

• John Herbold’s quest for knowledge never ended as he compiled a treasure trove of interesting ideas, concepts.

NCAA Division 1 Notes: Seven players, 1 coach suspended after wild brawl between Arkansas-Little Rock and Central Arkansas.

Louisville Slugger National Players of Week: Six players put up mammoth numbers including 16 strikeouts by one pitcher.

Collegiate Baseball’s National High School Poll: Lambert (Suwanee, Ga.) ranked No. 1 with 23-0 record.

High School Notes: Barbe’s Bryce Jordan sets high school national record after being hit 30 times in 30 games.

Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: When fielders lay on runners, obstruction is next.

NCAA Division 2 Notes: RHP Tyler Badamo of Dowling doesn’t allow an earned run in 52 2/3 innings.

NCAA Division 3 Notes: Gallaudet’s Casey Hicks belts 4 home runs, 15 RBI during 6-game stretch..

NAIA Notes: Lewis-Clark State’s senior Tariq Staton hits his first home run in grand style.

Tom Kovic: For prospects, summer can be utilized to enhance opportunities.

Charlie Greene: Studying great Dizzy Dean shows silky smooth delivery.

Junior College Notes: Seward County pulls off rare triple play against Frank Phillips College.

Douglas Drewyer: Change is one thing we can always count on.

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