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Dr. Adam B. Yanke Addresses Pitch Count for Baseball Players

by Adam B. Yanke, MD | 6 years ago

Dr. Adam Yanke, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush sports medicine physician, addresses the concerns of overuse in young pitchers. While he is happy the pitch count has been lowered, he thinks coaches need to appropriately rotate pitchers so they don't overuse their throwing arm, which has been linked to shoulder/elbow injuries later in life. Find out more at shouldersforlife.com.

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