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Pitcher
August 3, 2015

Understanding baseball injuries

About 15 million people play baseball each year in the United States. Six million of these players are children in grades eight or below. A significant number of these ballplayers incur elbow injuries of some sort. The dominant arm is usually affe...


Tennis players can run as much as three miles per match, according to Runner's World. | Photo: Kevin Hoffman
July 21, 2015

Mapping how far athletes run during competition

Unless we're talking about track or cross country, its difficult to map exactly how far athletes run during competition. Fortunately for us, today's technology is helping us solve that problem. [caption id="attachment_13463" align="alignright" wi...


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scoreboard
July 16, 2015

Schools can afford impressive stadium displays if they get creative

Telling score might be the least impressive feature of scoreboards these days. If your stadium doesn’t have the ability to play back in-game highlights or update scores from throughout the conference, you might be behind the curve. An athletic a...


The Akron Zips
July 10, 2015

The University of Akron announces it will cut baseball

The University of Akron (Ohio) announced today it would cut baseball as part of a three-year program to address the school's financial troubles. [caption id="attachment_13265" align="alignleft" width="254"] The Akron Zips[/caption] No other de...


Umpires must now give baseball coaches a warning before ejecting them from games. | Photo: Kevin Hoffman
July 6, 2015

Umpires now required to give warnings before ejecting coaches

The National Federation of State High School Associations approved a new rule that requires umpires to give baseball coaches a warning before ejecting them from games. [caption id="attachment_13231" align="alignright" width="281"] Umpires must now...


The Parkview High School baseball team is being investigated for an alleged hazing incident.
June 10, 2015

Nation’s top-ranked prep baseball team investigated for hazing

The No. 1 high school baseball team in the country is being investigated for a hazing incident that allegedly took place at the team's hotel. [caption id="attachment_13035" align="alignright" width="171"] The Parkview High School baseball team is...


st francis
May 1, 2015

Baseball players at Chicago school suspended for alleged assault

Twelve students at St. Francis de Sales High School in Chicago have been suspended amid reports that an 18-year-old baseball player was sexually assaulted in a locker room by his teammates. School officials are describing the incident as "bullying...


New batting practice shirts for Mississippi State baseball players. | Photo via Twitter, Michael Bonner, @MikeBBonner
April 16, 2015

Mississippi State AD apologizes for ‘offensive’ warmup shirts

Mississippi State Athletic Director Scott Stricklin apologized today for what he called offensive T-shirts that were worn by the university's baseball players. [caption id="attachment_11755" align="alignright" width="169"] New batting practice shi...


baseball
April 13, 2015

Hazing allegations surround Kentucky HS baseball team

Five athletes on the Highlands High School (Fort Thomas, Kentucky) baseball team were reportedly suspended after dousing one of their teammates in urine during a hazing ritual. FOX19 in Cincinnati cited a parent of one of the players, who said th...


March 16, 2015

Pitcher health remains concern in high school baseball

Tommy John surgery is becoming more common amongst pitchers today, and that's forced a number of organizations to scrutinize workload and days of rest. States like Alabama, Colorado and Vermont have rules in place to provide pitchers greater oppor...


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