Tommy John Surgery: How Big Data Can Help With Epidemic Of Arm Injuries
With more and more pitchers requiring an operation that takes a year from which to recover, perhaps teams would be better served figuring out how to prevent the injuries in the first place.
Happy Birthday, Tommy John
Although he is now known for the elbow operation that carries his name, this lefthander won 288 MLB games.
Baseball Experts Sort Out Reasons For Large Surge In Tommy John Surgeries
Rick Peterson, the Baltimore Orioles' director of pitching development, says throwing too many innings before becoming a professional player is a huge factor.
How New Stem Cell Therapy Can Be Game Changer With Sports Injuries
A procedure being developed at UCLA has the potential to provide healing and relief without surgery.
Starters With Sub-2.00 ERAs In Past 50 Years
With a 1.91 ERA through 174.1 innings pitched, Clayton Kershaw is aiming to become the first starting pitcher in eight years to finish a season with an ERA under 2.00.
MLB's Great Second Acts