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David P. Dillard
08-05-2003, 04:58 AM
Subject: OPINIONS: Pitching a Discussion of Interest

A members only archive of the SABR_Baseball_Science SABR Applied Sciences
and Baseball Discussion Group that is found as one of the discussion
groups in Yahoo Group had a discussion in recent days about the increase
in pitching arm injuries to baseball pitchers and the reasons for these
injuries. Athletic trainers involved with baseball players at all levels
may find this discussion to be of interest. Indeed at least one posting
in this discussion thread came from an athletic trainer. Membership in
any Yahoo discussion group requires free membership in Yahoo Groups.

Yahoo Groups
http://groups.yahoo.com

SABR_Baseball_Science SABR Applied Sciences and Baseball


URLs for Messages in the Pitching Injury Thread















While in this archives, some may want to have a look at the discussion of
the biomechanics of corked bats. Anyone care to guess how a discussion of
corked bats got started?

Regarding injury to pitchers these may also be of interest:

Risk of Injury From Baseball and Softball in Children (RE0032)
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS
Committee on Sports Medicine and Fitness

Includes a list of recommendations and a list of references

Coaching Adult Pitchers by Dr. Mike Marshall takes a comprehensive look at
pitching mechanics, training, and techniques to improve skills.


Elbow Injuries in Young Baseball Players
James A. Whiteside, MD; James R. Andrews, MD; Glenn S. Fleisig, PhD
Controversies Series Editors: Marc T. Galloway, MD; Barry Goldberg, MD
THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE - VOL 27 - NO. 6 - JUNE 1999


Care and Prevention of Little League Arm Injuries
Brett Clark
HSES 802 Injury Prevention in Exercise and Sport


Evaluation of the Throwing AthleteAlan D. Tyson PT, SCS, ATC-L,
CSCSDirector, Carolinas Sports Performance CenterCharlotte, North
Carolina704-446-0181 alan.tyson@carolinashealthcare.org


Sports Injuries
Youth baseball issues


I hope some of the members of this discussion group find these resources
useful.


Sincerely,
David Dillard
Temple University
(215) 204 - 4584
jwne@astro.temple.edu

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