I recently spent a weekend with many high school baseball players as part of a summer academy here in Southern California. The experience was great—the teaching, instruction on technique and performance, as well as lessons on leadership were memorable—and wow, … Read more >
If you look around social media, you’ll see that more baseball pitchers are lifting “heavy.” This is, in general, a good trend – pitchers were coddled and treated with fragility for years.
But, pitchers are different – different than position … Read more >
I was having a conversation with one of my players the other day about his body. He’s been having trouble with his front shoulder “popping out” whenever he finishes a swing, and it’s happened multiple times throughout his high school … Read more >
A superior glenoid labrum injury is a common reason for shoulder pain in baseball players.
These injuries were initially explained by Dr. James Andrews in 1985 secondary to a biceps tendon origin pathology. The injury is described in that the … Read more >