A Changing Game Demands Changing Methods

Nolan Ryan’s 1974

Who Broke Shohei Ohtani?

A Data Walk Off

A Data Walk Off

There’s nothing better than a walk-off home run, is there? Turns out there is. St. John’s of Washington DC didn’t just walk-off with a win; they walked off with a championship on Michael Campbell’s big fly. You might remember that SCHOOL was part of a big study completed last year, where Dr. Sameer Mehta tracked […]

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The Positional Unknown of Elbow Injuries

Soul and Science, Expanded

Testing The Twist

Rethinking Feet

Rethinking Feet

I’ve had a pet theory for years that, as Mars Blackmon tried to tell us, it’s gotta be the shoes. There has been a significant uptick in foot and ankle injuries – especially complex injuries like Lisfranc and Jones fractures – over the last twenties years. I believe that a confluence of bigger/stronger/faster athletes and […]

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Surgery: What To Do When Things Go Wrong

The Origins of Velocity, Part I

Recharging the Pitching Schedule