It’s your fault pitchers are blowing out their arms

Why can’t the best arms in baseball stay healthy? Look in the mirror, writes Gregg Doyel.

People blame organizations and managers and pitching coaches. They say it’s their fault.

And I say that’s wrong.

I say it’s your fault.

Well, it is. If you’re the parent of a young pitcher. Or if you coach in a youth baseball league. Or if you have anything else to do with the year-round baseball schedule that has become vogue in this country.

If that’s your story, then this is your fault.

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