Injuries to young professional baseball pitchers cannot be prevented solely by restricting number of innings pitched

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Title translated into German:Verletzungen der jungen professionellen Baseball-Werfer können nicht allein durch die Begrenzung der Anzahl der Innings verhindert werden
Author:Karakolis, Thomas; Bhan, Shivam; Crotin, Ryan L.
Published in:The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness
Published:56 (2016), 5, S. 554-559, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Electronic resource (online) Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:0022-4707, 1827-1928
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title Injuries to young professional baseball pitchers cannot be prevented solely by restricting number of innings pitched
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Baseballspiel
Sportler
Sportmedizin
Untersuchung, empirische
Verletzungsprophylaxe
Werfer
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title_short Injuries to young professional baseball pitchers cannot be prevented solely by restricting number of innings pitched
title_alt Verletzungen der jungen professionellen Baseball-Werfer können nicht allein durch die Begrenzung der Anzahl der Innings verhindert werden
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Karakolis, Thomas
Bhan, Shivam
Crotin, Ryan L.



0022-4707
1827-1928
410823-1
JMPFA
Baseballspiel
Sportler
Sportmedizin
Untersuchung, empirische
Verletzungsprophylaxe
Werfer
athlete
baseball
empirical investigation
injury prophylaxis
sports medicine
thrower
Empirie
Empirismus
Untersuchung, experimentelle
Untersuchung
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
Baseball
Feldpartei
Schlagpartei
Home run
Mal
Pitchen
Run
Standmal
Walk
Catcher
Inning
Pitcher (Baseballspiel; Softballspiel)
Baseballspieler
Athlet
Profisportler
Bowler (Cricket)
Prophylaxe
empirical study
sportsman
injury prevention
Injuries to young professional baseball pitchers cannot be prevented solely by restricting number of innings pitched
PU201810007456
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abstract BACKGROUND: The Major League Baseball schedule is longer and more intensive than minor and amateur leagues. As a result, major league pitchers endure a considerably higher cumulative workload throughout the season. Ligament, tendon, muscle, and bone tissues in young pitchers need time to adapt to the workload a major league pitcher must endure. To mitigate the risk of overuse injury, and allow time for tissue adaptation to occur, most teams limit the number of innings a young pitcher may throw. This study examined the relationship between innings pitched and future injury in young professional baseball pitchers. METHODS: All pitchers under 25 years of age that pitched at least one third of an inning in Major League Baseball during the 2002-2007 seasons were included in this study. Total innings pitched were accumulated for each season across three levels of professional baseball (Major League Baseball, and two levels of Minor Leagues). Regression analyses were preformed comparing innings pitched during a single season and difference in innings pitched over consecutive seasons to future injury, as measured by time spent on the disabled list. RESULTS: No significant correlation was found between innings pitched and future injury or consecutive season innings pitched difference and future injury. No significant differences were found when pitchers were split into groups based upon consecutive season innings pitched difference cutoffs. CONCLUSIONS: Based upon the evidence presented, strength and conditioning coaches, sports medicine specialists, and team trainers cannot rely solely on inning counts to accurately measure the tissue demands of professional baseball pitching. Therefore, inning limits alone cannot be used to protect young professional pitchers against the threat of injury.
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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
author_author_facet Karakolis, Thomas
Bhan, Shivam
Crotin, Ryan L.
issn 0022-4707
1827-1928
zdb 410823-1
coden JMPFA
url https://www.minervamedica.it/en/journals/sports-med-physical-fitness/article.php?cod=R40Y2016N05A0554
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topic Baseballspiel
Sportler
Sportmedizin
Untersuchung, empirische
Verletzungsprophylaxe
Werfer
topic_facet Baseballspiel
Sportler
Sportmedizin
Untersuchung, empirische
Verletzungsprophylaxe
Werfer
topic_en athlete
baseball
empirical investigation
injury prophylaxis
sports medicine
thrower
topic_en_facet athlete
baseball
empirical investigation
injury prophylaxis
sports medicine
thrower
synonym Empirie
Empirismus
Untersuchung, experimentelle
Untersuchung
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
Baseball
Feldpartei
Schlagpartei
Home run
Mal
Pitchen
Run
Standmal
Walk
Catcher
Inning
Pitcher (Baseballspiel; Softballspiel)
Baseballspieler
Athlet
Profisportler
Bowler (Cricket)
Prophylaxe
synonym_en empirical study
sportsman
injury prevention
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