March 6, 2020 Collegiate Baseball

What’s In This Issue?

• Baseball’s Greatest Story Simply Amazing: Given no chance of living after 100% of John O’Learys body was burned, Cardinals’ announcer Jack Buck springs into action. 

• Cut At Houston, Josh Elvir Does The Impossible: Angelo State rightfielder earns NCAA Div. II National Player Of Year In 2019 after hitting .458 in 55 games with 20 homers, 17 doubles, 81 RBI.

• Will Game Times Drop During 2020 Season?:
Everyone in game is closely watching to see how much time will be cut off games with new 20-second action rule with men on base.

• How Japanese Train Players: Brutally tough practices pay off big when looking at pitching command during games, other fundamentals.

• Best College Coaches Ever Part 2: Former Southern California legendary skipper Rod Dedeaux had a number of great tactics he utilized.

• Perfect Game: Duke RHP Bryce Jarvis throws first perfect game in school history during 8-0 win over Cornell.

• NCAA Division I Notes: $60 million gift given for new Binghamton complex, Troy pitchers combine to strike out 20 Northern Kentucky batters, plus much more.

• CB’s NCAA Div. I Poll Presented By Big League Chew: UCLA leads top 30 with 7-0 record and only allows 1 or 0 runs in six of seven games.

• National Players Of The Week Powered By Diamond: Incredible performances are spotlighted across the nation, including 6 home runs by Tyler Kelder of St. Bonaventure in 3-game series against Mount St. Mary’s, plus much more.

• Junior College Notes: Trio of pitchers at Mississippi Gulf Coast combine for 5-0 no-hitter over Nunez College, plus much more.

• Tom Kovic: Effective communication vital with baseball coaches.

• High School National Top 30 Presented By Diamond Pro: Jesuit H.S. (Tampa, Fla.) kicks off season with 2-0 record as pitching staff fans 23 batters in 10 innings of work.

• High School Notes: Top high school tournaments scheduled across the USA.

• Ruleball With Rich Marazzi: All the details given on when runs are allowed in games and when they aren’t.

• NAIA Notes: Oklahoma City’s Denney Crabaugh picks up 1,500th career win, plus much more.

• NCAA Div. II Notes: Missouri Southern’s Zach Parish fires no-hitter against University of Mary, trio of East Stroudsburg pitchers strike out 21 Assumption batters, plus much more.

• Charlie Greene Column: Finding talented athletes is challenging quest for baseball coaches.

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