Did you know that although baseball is a non-contact sport, colliding with the bat, the ball, or another player cause the majority of serious baseball injuries?
Did you know that a common condition in young baseball players caused by repetitive throwing is called “Little Leaguer’s Elbow” (medial apophysitis)? If a child experiences elbow pain, restricted range of motion or locking at the elbow joint they should stop throwing and consult a physician
Did you know that controlling pitch count is paramount to avoiding elbow injuries? Pitch count is dependant on age of the player.
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