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college baseball

players
December 11, 2020

It’s Not Just Players Who Need to be Who They Are

As coaches, we often talk about the importance of our players being who they are and doing what they do. We want them to use their gifts, play with their personalities, and not try to be someone else. Players who truly know themselves have the best c...


mckeon park
December 3, 2020

McKeon Park Soaring to New Heights

One of the many charms exclusive to baseball parks is the ability to play around with its dimensions. Outfield fences come in all shapes and sizes, such as Fenway Park’s 37-and-a-half-foot Green Monster. Many parks have other endearing quirks, such...


bloomsburg
September 24, 2020

Bloomsburg U Athletics’ 40-Year Plan

College athletics is a dog-eat-dog environment.   The recruiting game features an ongoing arms race from facilities and amenities to scholarships and promises of a career upon graduation. How can an institution differentiate itself and offer som...


cape cod
April 27, 2020

Cape Cod Baseball League shuts down 2020 season

The Cape Cod Baseball League, widely considered the preeminent collegiate summer låeague in the nation, announced on Friday, April 24 that there will be no 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic. The non-profit organization made entirely fro...


February 10, 2010

St. Thomas Baseball Coach Denning Retires

Coming off a Division III national championship, St. Thomas (Minn.) baseball coach Dennis Denning has decided to retire. The 65-year-old coached the last 15 years at St. Thomas and compiled a 522-157 record with two national titles. Previously, he co...


October 2, 2009

Baseball/Softball: An infield drill series with winning reps

As a high school baseball coach, I used to find it difficult to coach everyone at the same time. I often had to struggle to get my infielders a lot of repetitions in practice. That was until I found out what could be done with one fungo hitter, a ...