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2013 Editions

• Dissecting hitting performance – Gary Ward explains a precision approach to tracking this vital area.

• Former NY Yankee star Scott Brosius explains how to reach the Big Leagues.
• Arizona’s Shaun Cole wins 2012 Pitching Coach of Year with fabulous techniques.
• Special College Preview Section.
• Rio Hondo’s Mike Salazar shares his unique methods that allow his players to win big.
• Top Draftable College Players for 2013.

• Batting Discipline – Hitting Guru Gary Ward delves into this important area of game.

• Twelve inventions named top new products at Chicago ABCA convention.
• ABCA Convention Highlights.
• Special HS Preview, including 2013 Louisville Slugger HS All-America team.

• Ron Fraser, Baseball’s All-Time Innovator, Dies – Remarkable coach staged the greatest promotions in college baseball history during career.

• Gallaudet players gut it out in freezing weather with special Navy Seal Training.
• Practical jokers are everywhere in baseball.
• Terrific New Baseball Books, CD.

• Arizona’s James Farris’ family battles cancer.

• Buena Vista’s Ryan Scheetz travels over 50,000 miles in 2 crazy years – Goes to Spain, Germany, Czech Republic, Nepal, Uganda, South Sudan.
• 10-Year Losing Streak Over for Caltech.
• Pitchers Utilize Everything to gain an edge.

• One in a million – Misericordia’s Andy Gonzalez suffers broken neck in car accident, but is back.

• America’s toughest place to win games is Caltech.
• Justin Dehmer explains Quality At Bats and how to track it.
• Incredible hitting achievement by Kentucky’s J.T. Riddle.

• Amazing story of Andy Lopez – Great coach recovers from dead end youth and deaths of friends.

• Should fans have legal rights if hit by foul balls during games?
• Hitting discipline paying off big with highly successful ball clubs in 2013 season.
• Wichita State’s Gene Stephenson built program from nothing.
• Interpreting The Rule Book by Rich Marazzi.

• Huge Value of Sleep – Proper rest can help motor muscle memory, said Dr. James Maas (First of a 2-part series).

• Washington University-St. Louis player Max Golembo mixes baseball, Judo skills.
• Who Needs Olympic Baseball When We Have The World Baseball Classic?
• Andy McKay delves into the value of the mental game.

• Power of Proper Sleep: Athletic performances Can Be Enhanced With Simple Routines (Second of a 2-part series).

• Program Focus: The Woodlands (TX) HS Coach Eastman Builds Powerhouse.
• Concussions can cause major problems if care is not utilized in recovery by Al Figone & Judy Karren.
• Florida Utilizes Swimming To Help Pitchers Stay Healthy, Recover Quicker.
• Exploring How the Japanese Do Spring Training.

• Value of Pitch Counts: Are Hurlers Being Coddled Too Much In Games Today?

• New Mexico’s Birmingham Explains His Training Techniques & How To Unify Team
• Preparing For Massive Disasters At Baseball Games
• Justin Dehmer Discusses Disciplining Players & Sticking to Principals When Streak Is On The Line

• Destroying A Legend: Eastern Connecticut State Administrators Go After Coach Bill Holowaty.

• Kris Bryant of San Diego Leads Country in Homers, Slugging Percentage & Walks.
• Tom Hanson Explains How to Reset Mind to Conquer Terrible Slumps, The Yips.
• Remembering John Scolinos of Cal Poly Pomona.
• American Legion Skipper Alex Gaynes Discusses His Formula For Winning Games.

• Power Outage: BBCOR Bats Have Dramatically reduced Offense at College World Series.

• 3B Kris Bryant of the University of San Diego Named Collegiate Baseball’s National Player of the Year.
• 2013 College World Series Preview of the Final 8 Teams.
• Louisville Slugger NCAA Division I & HS All-American Teams.
• The Results of All The College Division National Tournaments.

• UCLA Wins Its First National Baseball Title With Stunning Display of Pitching.

• All The Highlights from the 2013 College World Series including 4 photo pages.
• UCLA Skipper John Savage Named National Coach of the Year.
• UCLA’s David Berg Posts NCAA Record 24 Saves.

• UCLA’s TJ Bruce Discuses The Secrets of Superb Infield Play — Part 1.

• Dave Keilitz, ABCA Executive Director, Announces Retirement.
• A Review On Flat Seam Ball and Vote By Division I Coaches.
• 2013 Summer Baseball Results.
• Glenn Cecchini of Barbe HS Talks About His Amazing Pitching Chart.

• UCLA’s TJ Bruce Discusses The Essential Areas of Infield Play — Part 2.

• Crespi HS Skipper Scott Muckey Explains How to Convert Pitchers to Low Sidearm and Submarine Pitchers.
• East Central’s Chris Lane Gunned Down in Senseless Killing in Oklahoma.
• Annual NCAA Division I Recruiting Survey.
• UCLA’s John Savage Talks About His Thoughts on Developing Pitchers.
• Steve Springer Shares His Knowledge on Becoming A Productive Hitter.

2012 Editions

• Andy Baylock – 2 Million Pitches and Counting.

• Seton Hall Pitching Coach Phil Cundari uses many progressive concepts (First of a 2-part series).
• Alan Jaeger offers 10-minute a day mental skills practice (First of a 2-part series).
• Special College Preview Section.
• Part 2: Kent Tekulve Discusses Submarine Pitching.
• Top Draftable College Players For 2012.

• Powerful presentation – Boras lays out plan for 25 full ride scholarships in D-1 baseball.

• Top new baseball inventions spotlighted at Anaheim ABCA Convention.
• ABCA Convention Highlights.
• High School Preview Section, including 2012 Louisville Slugger H.S. All-Americans.
• Top H.S. Players State-By-State.

Dr. Tom Hanson – Moneyball For The Mental Game (First of a 2-part series) (System to track brain performance)

• Dr. Coop DeRenne – Baseball’s top researcher tackles bat control
• Top 2012 California H.S. Players
• Amazing Baseball Products
• Brian Cain discusses 10 areas that winners excel in

• Remarkable Hitter – With only 1 hand, Dillon Coleman of Gordon College belts 3 homers over 8-day span.

• Dr. Tom Hanson – Moneyball For The Mental Game (Second of 2-part series). (Test can reveal key information).
• Q&A With Coach Ray Tanner of South Carolina.
• Cancer Sidelines Pacific Lutheran’s Max Beatty.

• Tommy John Surgery – Dr. Lewis Yocum explains all facets of elbow reconstruction.

• Despite being blind in one eye, Madison Area Tech’s Tanner Vavra excels.
• Cancer Surgery Successful for San Diego Skipper Tony Gwynn.
• Baseball Food From Heaven: How To Prepare Best Tasting Hot Dog.

• Ultimate Mental Mine Field: What Free Solo Mountain Climber Alex Honnold Can Teach Baseball.

• Incredible Scoreless Streak by Texas State Pitchers.
• Hit-By-Pitch Specialist Phil Imholte of St. Cloud State Explains His 2-Year Record.
• Part II Practice Organization from Hall of Fame Skipper Ed Cheff of Lewis-Clark State.

• Cheating Death – Pima College’s Will Holbrook overcomes fractured neck, Tommy John surgery.

• 15-year-veteran Brent Mayne explains how to get the most out of catching position.
• Will Cold Weather Schools Bolt? Potential proposal by some northern schools.

• Head First Sliding – Is it more dangerous then going feet first into bases? (First of a 2-part series).
Story of ASU’s Cory Hahn who became paralyzed after sliding head first.
• Remarkable Bishop Gorman H.S & how the program became a success.

• Head first vs. feet first sliding – Al Figone delves into history, effectiveness of these 2 vital slides (Part 2).

• Injuries haunt gifted player, Brandon Trodick of Kansas Wesleyan.
• Hall of Fame coaches explain how to achieve team chemistry.
• Amazing 47-Game Hitting Streak by Southeast Missouri State’s Kenton Parmley.
• 1,000 Victory Plateau Reached by Rich Hofman, a Florida HS skipper.

• Nearly impossible to strike out – Maxx Tissenbaum fans only 3 times in 150 at-bats over 42 games.

• Remarkable streak stretches over 10 games – Missouri State’s Nick Petree doesn’t surrender earned run in 64 2/3 innings.
• More On Sliding Techniques by Al Figone.
• Westmont’s Mitch Crocker Throws Records 3 Wins In 25 Hours.

• Incredible courage – Players play through broken bones, tremendous pain to compete in College World Series.

• Division I Championship Rundown.
• 2012 Louisville Slugger All-America Teams.
• 23rd Annual All-Pavlovich Team.

• Arizona plays near flawless baseball to win NCAA D1 title.

• College World Series Notes.
• Arizona’s Andy Lopez Named Coach Of Year.
• Special CWS Photo Pages.

• Use illegal bats, go to prison? New rules for H.S. baseball.

• Epidemic of elbow, shoulder injuries: $1.9 Billion lost in MLB salaries from injuries.
• 2012 Summer Baseball Results.
• Serious NBC World Series Problems, Future In Jeopardy.

Amazing show of stamina – Arizona’s 3 starters throw 5,675 pitches, 16 complete games.

• NCAA Division I Recruiting Rundown.
• Special Q&A With Mental Expert Geoff Miller, author of Intangibles.
Al Figone explains sliding technique to minimize injuries.

2011 Editions

• Shark attack — Story of Clayton Schulz.

• San Bruno explosion causes Menlo coach anguish.
• Pitching Coach of the Year — Mark Calvi.
• College Preview Section.
• Alan Jaeger and his In-season Throwing Program.

• Record-shattering event — ABCA convention attracts largest attendance in History at 4,637.

• Top new baseball inventions spotlighted at Nashville ABCA convention.
• 2011 HS Preview.

• They call him “Mr. Mayor” — Kosch wins election as he juggles baseball, academics, politics.

• Robert Heckerl on playing baseball in Seoul, South Korea.
• Arizona State appeals sanctions.
• Alan Jaeger — Conditioning arms indoors.

• ASU’s Deven Marrero overcomes mental torture to become baseball star.

• Caring coach donates kidney to player.
• Andy McKay — Ideal emotional state for players.
• Economic survival for schools.

• Quicker games, more shutouts — Transformation in game takes place with clock, toned down bats.

• NMSU’s Gary Ward on how new bats change contests dramatically.
• Dukes belt 23 homers in 4 tilts.
• Jim Schwanke on analyzing mistakes via video.

• Steve Henson on unique motivational techniques.

• Don Sneddon offers advice on Self-discipline for players.
• Patrick Pinkman on In-depth pickoff techniques Part 1.

• Ryan Daniels is poster child for never giving up.

• Duke Dickerson on whether NCAA Division I teams have bulk of talent.
• Patrick Pinkman — Lethal pickoff moves explained Part 2.
• Historic 22-inning ball game.

• Mike Maack’s lethal move — Unique method virtually shuts down running game of teams.

• Patrick Pinkman — The gunslinger pickoff move Part 3.
• Ron Wolforth — Great command can be learned. 

• Amazing base stealing machine — Benedict College Tigers swipe 739 bags over last 3 seasons.

• Mike Maack’s Drills for the most lethal move Part 2. 

• Baseball is simply not war — Joey Falcone witnessed hell in Iraq, Afghanistan as medic.

• Training for minimal mistakes by Lt. Mike Barge.

• Anything to get a win — From holy water to dirt spittoons, CWS has seen crazy antics.

• UCLA’s Bauer named CB’s Player of the Year.
• College championship rundown.
• Louisville Slugger HS & Division I All American.

• Amazing South Carolina does it again.

• College World Series notes.
• Tanner named Coach of Year.
• Special College World Series photo pages. 

• National High School Federation cracks down on hot bats.

• NCAA to allow experimental use of instant replay at the 2012 College World Series.
• 2011 summer baseball results.
• New stadium plans for Arizona and Arizona State.

• Incredible Streaks — Iowa and New Hampshire coaches discuss how their high school teams have managed record-breaking win streaks.

• Annual NCAA Division I recruiting survey.
• Kent Tekulve on becoming a submarine pitcher.
• Special Q&A with Ray Tanner, South Carolina skipper, and a changed recruiting philosophy.

2010 Editions

• How to survive, thrive in baseball  Part 1.

• Little League equals big money.
• How championship clubs survived, prospered.
• John Scolinos dies at age 91.
• Special college preview section.
• Pitching Coach of the Year — Jerry Weinstein.

• Resilience Vital Part 2.

• Top new baseball inventions of 2010 at Dallas, TX. ABCA convention.
• ABCA convention highlights.
• 2010 HS Preview.

• Fastest paths around bases studied.

• Battling life’s problems — Story about Dylan Rosnick.
• H.S. Federation studies national championships for sports, including baseball.
• Science and baseball study.

• Cold weather tactics — Tips on keeping warm in frigid weather explored.

• Wichita State’s Kemnitz explains how pitchers battle cold.
• Minnesota’s amazing skipper — John Anderson. 

• Outside edge strikes often missed — Knowledgeable men in game share their reasons for this nagging problem with umpires.

• Remarkable show of consistency — Britt Smith.
• Richard Todd — Todd uncovers tremendous information on how brain really functions in sports Part 1.
• Bill Mooney — Coaching the uncoachable.

• Utter frustration — Outside strike is much different than inside zone that home plate umpires routinely call.

• Grand master of the hit-by-pitch — Brandon Bravata.
• Richard Todd — Brain can be powerful tool when utilized properly in all facets of baseball skills.
• Baserunner absolutes in game — Jim Bush. 

• One amazing coach — ASU’s Tim Esmay.

• Richard Todd — Utilizing the brain in baseball Part 3.
• Coop DeRenne on choking up on the bat.

• Secrets of coaching shared by Jerry Stitt, former Arizona head coach.

• Special love for baseball — Story of Nate Underberg.
• After interviewing thousands of top coaches, Pat Williams explains styles of the elite.

• Amazing comeback — Pacific’s Fransen suffers fractured skull after line drive injury; back in 3 weeks.

• Violation of NCAA rules — Arizona State.
• Vision training with 150 mph tennis ball machine works remarkably well for hitters.

• Greatest comeback ever — 58-year-old Larry Hasenfus.

• The fine art of doctoring baseballs by pitchers — Razor blades, pine tar, Vaseline all give hurlers illegal edge in contests.
• Remarkable 54-game streak — California State Dominguez Hills.

• Going off into the sunset — Historic Rosenblatt stadium will host its last College World Series.

• College championship rundown.
• High School & Division I Louisville Slugger All-Americans.

• Tough as nails — South Carolina captures its first national championship.

• College World Series notes.
• South Carolina’s Ray Tanner named Coach of Year.
• Special College World Series photo pages.

• Reduction in power — New bats for 2011 will have less pop, little trampoline effect.

• Protein drink alert: tests reveal surprising results.
• New 2011 NCAA & High School rules explored.
• 2010 summer baseball results.

• Extreme hustle — TCU’s shipper explains why Horned Frogs go all out every play.

• Nova’s amazing Pat McQuaid is one remarkable innovator.
• NCAA Division I recruiting rundown.
• Time management worksheet for college baseball players.

2009 Editions

• The art of eye training — Dr. Bill Harrison part 1.

• Science tackles question of how big leaguers track balls.
• The danger of pitchers running long distances.
• Gordie Gillespie — Simply the best skipper ever.
• College preview section.
• Scott Forbes — Pitching Coach of the Year.

• Vision and baseball — Dr Bill Harrison part 2.

• Top new baseball invention of 2009 spotlighted at San Diego ABCA convention.
• ABCA convention highlights.
• 2009 HS Preview.

• New academic report card approved by NCAA will specifically track how coaches perform.

• Terrifying batting accident.
• Anthony DeCicco on Using music to train pitchers.
• Ben Hines talks about hitting.

• Pitching Coach Fred Corral’s story.

• Trinity (CT) nearly pulls off the impossible in 2008.
• Shocking maple bat decision.
• Rosenboom on training myths.

• Tour of duty in Iraq for baseball player.

• Jim Schwanke — Hitter discipline can help teams beat elite pitchers.
• Historic ruling by Ohio Judge.
• Will boys start playing softball?

• Remarkable brothers — Miles and Mark Hartsfield.

• $15 million expected to be distributed to federations via World Baseball Classic.
• Two NCAA Division I programs cut — Vermont and Northern Iowa.

• 102 mph heat — Stephen Strasburg’s story.

• Severe white line fever issues.
• New NCAA Division II HBP record set.

• New Mexico State’s Gary Ward on power of the lowly walk.

• Devastating tornado doesn’t stop this high school team (Sylvan Hills HS).
• Story of LSU Tigers’ revival.
• Velocity improvement program by Wichita State Pitching Coach Brent Kemnitz.

• Fabulous charts — Top coaches divulge key stats that reveal important numbers.

• Ron Wolforth on remarkable training program.

• Geoff Colvin on What makes great performers?

• Augie Garrido on How coaches should discipline their ball players.
• Historic numbers at Alabama.

• The Grand Illusion — Miami pulls off ultimate sting operation.

• College championship rundown.
• 2009 High school & Division I All-Americans.

• Near perfection — LSU captures 6th College World Series title.

• College World Series notes.
• Paul Mainieri named Coach of Year.
• Special CWS photo pages.

• Non-wood composite bat ban

• Huge problem hits baseball — New 2.6 grade point average rule is glaring loophole for NCAA Division I coaches to fire non-producing players.
• Greg Van Zant on re-working the NCAA RPI.
• 2009 summer baseball results.
• New 2010 high school rules.

• Bad hop injury problem solved; Jesse Cuevas shares groundskeeping ideas.

• Alan Jaeger on mental skills.
• NCAA Division I recruiting rundown.
• Mike Grady — Is velocity really that crucial?

2008 Editions

• Pat Williams on what makes great coaches.
• Sports psychologist Brian Cain on how to be a special skipper.
• Coop DeRenne — Mental side of hitting explored.
• College Preview Section.
• Tom Hanson — Conquering those nasty yips part 1.

• 2008 ABCA Best of Show — new products.
• Odyssey of New Orleans’ head coach Tom Walter part 1.
• Tom Hanson — Explains yips cure part 2.
• ABCA convention highlights — Philadelphia.
• HS Preview Section.

• Science & Baseball — Utilizing brain to its fullest potential — Marty Rubinoff.

• Given less than a year to live due to terminal brain cancer, Jim Yanko beats odds.
• Death from direct chest impacts — Dr. Cynthia Bir.

• Gaining an edge — pre game rituals for pitchers — Brent Kemnitz.

• Brian Hamilton — Terrifying batting accident.
• Players save woman from pit bull attack.
• General Colin Powell — Important leadership qualities.
• Jack Dunn — Key offensive considerations.

• Stupendous Stats — Unique subculture devoted to dissecting game.

• Q.V. Lowe picks up 1,000th win.
• Amazing turnaround — Tom Walter part 2.
• Brian Cain — Keys to mental toughness.

• Batter becomes All-American after beaning to face.

• 53-year-old ball player story.
• Famous CWS beaning hurts batter and pitcher.
• Arizona State orders investigation.

Elite Skippers

• Gene Stephenson turns bare bones Wichita State into tremendous program.
• Incredible home run total — Georgia Southern.
• Rare unassisted triple play — SS Andy White.
• Avalanche of home runs — Oklahoma City.

• Gentle genius — Chaparral high school Coach Jerry Dawson.

• Crown jewel of facilities rests with Owasso (OK) HS.
• Texas Tech skipper Larry Hays hits 1,000 victory plateau.
• Perry Husband — How to measure live at bats.

• Waging all-out war — Jim Brady of Missouri-St. Louis Univ part 1.

• Jim Spooner asks coaches to learn from his mistakes.
• Brian Cain on utilizing special mental work.
• How Brian O’Connor turned Virginia around. 

• Tortured man — Jim Brady part 2.

• Notre Dame’s Brett Lilley sets NCAA hit-by-pitch record.
• New Stadium in Omaha for CWS.
• LSU’s Skip Bertman on Importance of making videos.

• High drama at College World Series.

• College championship rundown.
• 2008 High school All-Americans.
• 2008 NCAA Division I All-American teams.

• Tough as nails — Fresno State battles through mountain of adversity to claim first national title.

• College World Series notes.
• Batesole named Coach of Year.
• Special College World Series photo pages.

• Wild Ejections — Baseball has been filled with unique ways to get tossed.

• Story on Paul Kostacopoulos and the Navy baseball program.
• Team USA has magical summer.
• 2008 summer baseball results.
• New NCAA rules for 2009.

• Special Report — Deadly little secret uncovered with electrocutions at ballparks.

• Univ of Arizona’s Andy Lopez on Velocity improvement plan.
• NCAA Division I recruiting rundown.

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