Feb. 9, 2018 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

 Mountain Miracle In Colorado: Clay Engel suffers skull fracture, vertebra fracture and nasty leg injury after fall from mountain as he was knocked out for 6 hours.

 Ultimate Pitch Calling: CB takes a look at 8 important areas before finalizing game plan.

 Lou Pavlovich Column: Four of the most unique baseball players in history included one who had a fire breathing and fire eating act.

• Special Q&A Session With Virginia’s Brian O’Connor: No school in modern college baseball history has utilized dual position athletes with more success than the Cavaliers under O’Connor. 

• Death Of A Fighter: Jim Brady was faced with the battle of his life with bosses at Missouri-St. Louis as he was ultimately awarded $1.8 million.

• Elite California High School Players: Iran Novick unveils his annual look at this state’s rich supply of prep ball players.

• Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Looking back at wild plays of 2017 season.

• Editorial: New Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that was signed into law impacts college sports in a big way as schools will be forced to pay millions.

 Tom Kovic Column: Coaches are constantly searching for impact information from prospective athletes.

 Hitting With Mike Epstein: Proper approach for 2-strike hitting is explained in-depth.

• Ultimate Focus: Marty Rubinoff explains brain wave research, why it is the cutting edge of precision focus in sports and how it can be utilized in baseball.

 Receives Contract ExtensionIowa’s Rick Heller awarded with new contract after leading Hawkeyes to chartered territory.

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