March 25, 2016 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

March 25 2016 Page 1• Special Report: Velocity improvement program for hitters produces 18 mph gains.

• Giving Sage Advice: Former Oakland A’s Manager Ken Macha gives back to game by helping players at Westmoreland County Community College.

• Throwing Out First Pitch: Former President George H.W. Bush given the honor prior to game between Texas A&M and Yale.

• Editorial: Player safety can be improved with proper sanitation during games.

• Sensory Deprivation: Tactic can break men when they are tortured, but it can help baseball players thrive.

• Bill Arce Dies: Legendary skipper passes away at the age of 90.

• Cory Hahn Endowment Started: Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation donates $200,000 to kick start fund.

• $1 Million Donation: Former Virginia player Ryan Zimmerman makes big commitment to help Cavalier baseball.

Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Infield Fly Rule can cause plenty of headaches for players, coaches.

High School National Poll: Coppell H.S (TX) bolts out of the gate with 14-0 record to rank No. 1.

• High School Notes: Carolina Forest H.S. captures 2016 International Paper Classic in South Carolina.

• Collegiate Baseball NCAA Div. 1 Poll: Florida wins 11 straight to rank No.1.

• National Players of the Week: Perfect game, among other great achievements, take place in recent action.

• NCAA Div. 1 Notes: U.C.-Santa Barbara wins incredible pitching duel over Oregon, 1-0 in 14 innings.

• Junior College Notes: Seminole State (OK) hits 63 home runs over 18 games by 14 different players.

• NAIA Notes: Reinhardt’s Blake Marbut fires 59-pitch perfect game over 7 innings.

• NCAA Div. 2 Notes: St. Edward’s Romeo Cortina belts 4 homers in one contest.

• Charlie Greene: Poor throwing habits must be improved.

• NCAA Div. 3 Notes: Rose-Hulman’s Andrew Stull fires 73-pitch no-hitter over 9 innings.

• Jack Dunn: Concede power for contact when situations arise.

• Jerry Weinstein: Dealing with hot hitters…Here are your options during contests.

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