An inferential and descriptive statistical examination of the relationship between cumulative work metrics and injury in major league baseball pitchers

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Title translated into German:Eine inferentielle und deskriptive statistische Untersuchung der Beziehung zwischen der kumulativen Arbeitsmetrik und Verletzungen bei Major-League-Baseballspielern
Author:Karakolis, Thomas; Bhan, Shivam; Crotin, Ryan L.
Published in:Journal of strength and conditioning research
Published:27 (2013), 8, S. 2113-2118, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:1064-8011, 1533-4287
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title An inferential and descriptive statistical examination of the relationship between cumulative work metrics and injury in major league baseball pitchers
spellingShingle An inferential and descriptive statistical examination of the relationship between cumulative work metrics and injury in major league baseball pitchers
Baseballspiel
Sportmedizin
Sportspiel
Sportverletzung
Unfallstatistik
title_sort an inferential and descriptive statistical examination of the relationship between cumulative work metrics and injury in major league baseball pitchers
title_short An inferential and descriptive statistical examination of the relationship between cumulative work metrics and injury in major league baseball pitchers
title_alt Eine inferentielle und deskriptive statistische Untersuchung der Beziehung zwischen der kumulativen Arbeitsmetrik und Verletzungen bei Major-League-Baseballspielern
title_alt_lang deu
media_type Gedruckte Ressource
city Colorado Springs
abstract In Major League Baseball (MLB), games pitched, total innings pitched, total pitches thrown, innings pitched per game, and pitches thrown per game are used to measure cumulative work. Often, pitchers are allocated limits, based on pitches thrown per game and total innings pitched in a season, in an attempt to prevent future injuries. To date, the efficacy in predicting injuries from these cumulative work metrics remains in question. It was hypothesized that the cumulative work metrics would be a significant predictor for future injury in MLB pitchers. Correlations between cumulative work for pitchers during 2002–07 and injury days in the following seasons were examined using regression analyses to test this hypothesis. Each metric was then “binned” into smaller cohorts to examine trends in the associated risk of injury for each cohort. During the study time period, 27% of pitchers were injured after a season in which they pitched. Although some interesting trends were noticed during the binning process, based on the regression analyses, it was found that no cumulative work metric was a significant predictor for future injury. It was concluded that management of a pitcher's playing schedule based on these cumulative work metrics alone could not be an effective means of preventing injury. These findings indicate that an integrated approach to injury prevention is required. This approach will likely involve advanced cumulative work metrics and biomechanical assessment. Verf.-Referat
abstract_lang eng
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author2 Karakolis, Thomas
Bhan, Shivam
Crotin, Ryan L.
author_facet Karakolis, Thomas
Bhan, Shivam
Crotin, Ryan L.
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Autor
Autor
author_author_facet Karakolis, Thomas
Bhan, Shivam
Crotin, Ryan L.
spelling Karakolis, Thomas
Bhan, Shivam
Crotin, Ryan L.



1064-8011
1533-4287
1156349-7
10.1519/JSC.0b013e3182785059
Baseballspiel
Sportmedizin
Sportspiel
Sportverletzung
Unfallstatistik
accident statistics
baseball
sport game
sport injury
sports medicine
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
Baseball
Feldpartei
Schlagpartei
Home run
Mal
Pitchen
Run
Standmal
Walk
Catcher
Inning
Pitcher (Baseballspiel; Softballspiel)
Baseballspieler
Verletzung
Verletzung, sportartspezifische
Epidemiologie
Spielergebnis
Spielerpersoenlichkeit
Spielerrolle
Spielleistung
Spielniveau
Spieltaktik
Spielvorbereitung
Sportspieltraining
Trainingsspiel
Spieltechnik
An inferential and descriptive statistical examination of the relationship between cumulative work metrics and injury in major league baseball pitchers
PU201311007649
201311007649
issn 1064-8011
1533-4287
zdb 1156349-7
doi 10.1519/JSC.0b013e3182785059
url https://dx.doi.org/10.1519/JSC.0b013e3182785059
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topic Baseballspiel
Sportmedizin
Sportspiel
Sportverletzung
Unfallstatistik
topic_facet Baseballspiel
Sportmedizin
Sportspiel
Sportverletzung
Unfallstatistik
topic_en accident statistics
baseball
sport game
sport injury
sports medicine
topic_en_facet accident statistics
baseball
sport game
sport injury
sports medicine
synonym Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
Baseball
Feldpartei
Schlagpartei
Home run
Mal
Pitchen
Run
Standmal
Walk
Catcher
Inning
Pitcher (Baseballspiel; Softballspiel)
Baseballspieler
Verletzung
Verletzung, sportartspezifische
Epidemiologie
Spielergebnis
Spielerpersoenlichkeit
Spielerrolle
Spielleistung
Spielniveau
Spieltaktik
Spielvorbereitung
Sportspieltraining
Trainingsspiel
Spieltechnik
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