Baseball players make it a point of pride to often play through injuries. Should we take a more cautious approach, especially when it comes to arm injuries?
Do pitchers owe it to their teammates to pitch through "minor" pain?How macho baseball culture wants to ruin Yu Darvish's armsports.yahoo.comSome have suggested that the Rangers' ace, dealing with inflammation in his right elbow, should pitch again this season. That is flat-out wrong.
What could Beltre possibly be arguing here?Andrus, Beltre pop-up priority territory8/25/14: Elvis Andrus calls off Adrian Beltre to make the grab on a popup, then the two players discuss who should cover what area.
Meet the last surviving Negro League ump. He called games for the likes of Satchel Paige, Willie Mays and Hank Aaron, to name a few.The Last Surviving Negro League Umpwww.npr.org91-year old is the last surviving Negro League umpire. He's got some stories to tell.
Should youth, travel and HS teams do more to track player's injury histories? #baseball #injury #tommyjohnCharting the history of baseball players' injurieswww.newsday.comOne man tackled charting every documented instance of player injury in MLB. Why don't youth and high school teams do the same?
Meet the guy who ditched a high paying marketing job to start a youth league in inner-city Philadelphia where he focused not solely on playing sports, but also on teaching life fundamentals, such as manners, posture and etiquette.Black, White and Baseballwww.nytimes.comThe man who coached Mo’ne Davis sees the promise of inner-city kids.