Remembering the late Dr. Frank Jobe’s medical marvel.
A look back at a classic study of pitcher injuries.
One final look at injury news from around the major leagues.
Baseball Prospectus radio has a bit role in Ken Burns’ latest film, along with a look at injury news from around the major leagues.
Writing about injuries and their impact on winning and losing remains the domain of just a few.
Revisiting one of the more misunderstood concepts of sports medicine while also checking on the injury news around the major leagues.
Jason LaRue, still feeling the effects of kicks to the head by Johnny Cueto, has decided to retire, along with the rest of the injury news around the major leagues.
Nolan Ryan and Scott Servais have pushed the Rangers’ pitchers harder than any other organizations but has it made a difference?
Pitch counts can be the worst thing or the best thing to happen to a pitcher.
The injury rate isn’t much higher today than it’s ever been.
Jim Tracy believes Aaron Cook can return from a broken leg this season but that is highly doubtful.
Elbow surgery, rudimentary as it was, goes all the way back to Dazzy Vance’s days.
There is no easy way to quantify the value in dollars that a team loses over the course of a season because of players going on the disabled list.
Major-league teams are only very slowly warming to biomechanical analysis.
Roster expansion and a lack of DL moves make September very difficult to judge the severity of many injuries.
No one is to blame for the Nationals pitching phenom blowing out his elbow.