May 19, 2017 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

• Louisville’s Amazing Brendan McKay: 
Incredible athlete hits 6 home runs in one week and has 4 electric pitches as a hurler which makes him an elite prospect

• Stealing Bases at 75% Success Rate: Matt Talarico of Wright State, the Sultan of Stealing Bases, explains how being aggressive on the base paths can result in big dividends during games.

• Brian Cain: Routines are valuable secret to success in our daily lives. 

• Charlie Greene: Pitchers must make meaningful changes.

• Lou Pavlovich: LarryHasenfus, a 58-year-old player, blazed unique trail during one special season at Springfield College.

• Editorial: Everyone in baseball must focus on safety to prevent serious injuries from taking place.

• Jack Dunn:  Here is why throwing first pitch for strike crucial in games.  

Collegiate Baseball’s NCAA Division I Poll Presented By Big League Chew: Oregon St. No. 1 for ninth consecutive poll with glistening 38-4 record, plus a rundown on the other top 30 teams.

Collegiate Baseball’s National Players of The Week: LHP David Peterson of Oregon strikes out 20 Arizona State batters, plus more.

• NCAA Division I Notes: Stanford’s Quinn Brodey hits inside-the-park home run, Loyola Marymount’s Cory Abbott strikes out career-high 15 batters, triple play turned by Saint Joseph’s, plus much more.

Junior College NotesJones County’s Logan Robbins fires no-hitter, McLennan C.C. (TX) extends winning streak to 19 games, plus much more.

• NCAA Division 2 Notes: West Texas A&M’s Marshall Kasowski fans 132 batters during 2017 season armed with electric 96 mph fastball, plus more.

Collegiate Baseball’s National High School Top 30: No. 1 Shawnee H.S. (OK) stays perfect at 37-0, plus a rundown on each of the top 30 ranked teams in the USA.

• High School Notes: Highly respected Desert Vista H.S. (Phoenix, AZ) Coach Stan Luketich is terminated without cause, plus more.

• NCAA Division 3 Notes: Alvernia pitcher John Catchmark strikes out 14 and then 11 more in two consecutive games, plus more.

• NAIA Notes: Andrew Gross ties Houston-Victoria career mark with 38 home runs on big day at park.

• Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: Time plays can involve unique situations which you have to be prepared for.

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