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Coaching Management
Baseball
Postseason Edition 2006, Vol. XIV, No. 7

Locker Room Bulletin Board
Colleges face possibility of academic probation
New Jersey first to test for steroids
Naming seats a profitable option for Pacific
High school player switches throwing arm
Beanball case thrown out of court
First college baseball video game hits shelves
Q&A
Mike Fox, Head Coach at the University of North Carolina, talks about UNC's NCAA Division I College World Series run.

Cover Story
Base Instincts
When executed properly, an aggressive running game can make the difference between victory and defeat. However, teaching players how to win games with their legs means more than just developing speed and quickness.

Coaching Life
Lessons from Losing
When losses start piling up, self-doubt is sure to follow. How can you keep your athletes from growin frustrated? Here, a Hall of Fame high school coach offers advice for getting the most out of a losing season.

Conditioning
No Pain, No Gain?
You want your players to dig down and get the most out of their weightroom workouts. So what is the fine line between pushin them hard and pushing them too hard?


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