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ECU Baseball Coach Godwin Hits a Home Run with the Advice That he Gives to Student-Athletes

Cliff Godwin, an East Carolina baseball alumni and now Head Coach, has done big things for the Pirates. He is currently entering his sixth year at ECU and previously was an assistant coach for the University of Mississippi baseball. In his five years at East Carolina, he led the team to four NCAA Regional berths,

July 20, 2020

Yale Baseball Player Gives Great Advice to Those Who are Looking to Play at the Next Level

We sat down with Yale University Men’s Baseball player, Brian Ronai, who spoke about how he got on his current coach’s radar and how to prepare for college baseball mentally and physically. He also shared on how to adjust from being the best player on your high school team to being average on your college

June 1, 2020

Vassar Baseball Coach, Matthew Righter, Talks Showcases and Character

Matthew Righter is in his fourth year as the head coach for Vassar Baseball, where he has posted the program’s best winning percentage and taken the team to the Liberty League tournament in two of the three possible years. Righter was a two-sport star at Johns Hopkins in baseball and basketball before getting drafted by

April 16, 2020

Michigan State University Head Baseball Coach, Jake Boss Jr., on what he Expects

Jake Boss Jr., the 16th head coach at Michigan State has become one of the most successful coaches in the school’s 131 year history. Boss has racked up a 333-269 (.553) record in 11 seasons. His teams have had five winning seasons. In seven of the last 11 years, he led the Spartans to 30-win

March 23, 2020

Should Baseball Players go Pro out of High School? Baltimore Orioles, Brenan Hanifee’s Advice

Every year in June, there are thousands of players full of passion and love for the game of baseball who want to play Major League Baseball. The big question for elite high school baseball players is should I stay or should I go? Should players try to play pro ball right out of high school

February 27, 2020

Former Baltimore Orioles and Amherst’s Assistant Baseball Coach, Mike Odenwaelder, on Hard Work and Playing more than one Sport

Mike Odenwaelder left Amherst College after his junior year to begin his professional baseball career with the Baltimore Orioles as an Ironbird, where he was selected in the 16th round of the MLB draft. While at Amherst, Odenwaelder was a part of what was arguably Amherst’s most successful years in baseball. The team won an

February 10, 2020

Former Quinnipiac University Baseball Player and Arizona Diamondback Offers Advice to Athletes

Tyler Poulin is a Quinnipiac University Graduate who selected in the 29th round by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2019 MLB draft. Tyler attended Quinnipiac for two years and quickly became a beloved teammate and captain of the club because of his display of hard work and perseverance. Arizona selected Quinnipiac’s Tyler Poulin in the

January 27, 2020

University of Iowa Head Baseball Coach Discusses Highlight Tapes & Playing Hard

Rick Heller is the head coach of the Iowa Hawkeyes. Coach Heller lead the Hawkeyes to 204 victories which gives him an average of 34 wins per season — advancing to two NCAA Regionals and claiming the first Big Ten Tournament title in program history (Hawkeye Sports).  Heller helped to guide six All-Americans and at

October 24, 2019

NCAA NEW RULE | The Speed of Baseball Increasing and May Affect Pitchers in the Process

In the year of 2019, the NCAA incorporated new rules to prohibit downtime between innings as well as taking dead time entirely out of the game. The NCAA is making strides to make a faster baseball game a reality.

June 13, 2019

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