Oct. 3, 2014 Edition

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  • Special Report: How Marc Rardin has led Iowa Western to three national titles in the last five years with in-depth reporting on his system.
  • In-Depth Report: Collegiate Baseball explains 20 different ways coaches utilize cell phones.
  • Plus, Alvin College’s Jason Schreiber comes up with breakthrough teaching technique for players that involves the video function of cell phones.
  • NCAA Div. I Recruiting Rundown: LSU captures national title with incredible class that features 5 drafted players, 5 more who are All-Americans.
  • Barbe High School’s Amazing Glenn Cecchini: Fabulous Louisiana skipper has led Buccaneers to seven state titles with incredible system.
  • Baseball Player’s Mindset: Justin Dehmer explains how parents play crucial role in this vital area of development.
  • Charlie Greene: Fear of change causes big problems.
  • Jack Dunn: Avoid base running mistakes by teaching sound fundamentals.
  • New Test To Slow Down Tommy John Surgery: Micheli Center For Sports Injury Prevention in Waltham, Mass. utilizes cutting edge approach to evaluate pitcher’s strength and flexibility.
  • Lou Pavlovich Column: Volcano eruption couldn’t stop Gonzaga from making Regional tournament in 1980.
  • Bill Seamon: Passion is vital when coaching baseball.
  • New Products: CB lists a number of outstanding new items for baseball.
  • College Coaching Changes: A number of head coaching, assistant positions are filled in recent activity.
  • Notre Dame utilizes HitTrax technology for hitters.
  • Oregon State builds new facilities at over $4 million.
  • American Legion World Series: Brooklawn, N.J. wins second straight title with 18-0 victory over Midland, Mich.
  • High School Notes: Coach Terry Terrill of Riverdale Baptist H.S. (MD) celebrates his 1,000th win.
  • Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Wild game takes place in Wisconsin with resumption of game starting with 3 outs.
  • Special Report On Baseball Vision: Dr. Bill Harrison explains what it takes to be skilled with vision in hitting, fielding.
  • ABCA Convention Update: Clinic Chairman John Casey gives a rundown on a remarkable cast of clinicians slated for world’s largest baseball convention scheduled for Orlando, Fla. Jan. 2-5.
  • Bellingham Bells win West Coast League title with 3-2 victory over Corvallis.
  • Instructional clinics scheduled across USA.

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