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.