Sept. 2, 2016 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

Sept 2 2016 Page 1• Special Report: Coastal Carolina’s use of Effective Velocity explored in detail.

• CWS TV Audience Nosedives: ESPN has 25.7% decline in viewership over entire event.

• New NCAA Rules For 2017/18: Instant replay will be allowed for teams that wish to utilize this technology with certain limitations.

• Summer College Roundup: CB delves into all the winners for 2016 across the USA along with All-League teams.

• Bill Kagy: Here is how slow pace of game can be changed to a more crisp, enjoyable rate for all.

• Coaching Changes: Here’s a look at moves for head coaches and assistants across the USA during the past summer.

• Skin Cancer & Coaching: Nearly 13,650 deaths will take place in 2016 due to skin cancer, according to the American Cancer Society.

• Baseball Back In Olympics: International Olympic Committee adds baseball and softball to the 2020 Tokyo Games.

Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: First basemen should utilize different strategy when receiving throws from pitcher or catcher.

• Special Trip Planned: Rice University will travel to Cuba this November.

• Perry Husband: Velocity is overrated as explanation given on how pitchers can be incredibly filthy.

• Lou Pavlovich: Concept of Effective Velocity explained by Perry Husband and why it is so important to grasp by pitchers.

• 2017 High School Rules: Each NFHS member state association will be required to develop its own pitching restriction policy based on the number of pitches thrown during a game to afford pitchers a required rest period between pitching appearances.

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