Data From Legs Aims To Aid Pitchers' Arms

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April 27, 2016

The quality of pitching in Major League Baseball has never been better. From the major leagues down to the lowest levels of Rookie ball in the minors, pitchers are developing velocity at unprecedented levels and strikeout rates continue to reach new heights.

Where teams haven’t been as successful is keeping those pitchers healthy. Major league aces, top prospects, first-round draft picks, international players and even high school underclassmen have had their careers derailed by Tommy John surgeries.

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