High school baseball seasons are getting underway, and with a major change.
FOX’s Chris Hoenig reports:
For the first time, the National High School Federation is requiring all states to adopt pitch count limits of some sort. There is not a national guideline, so some states are maxing out at 100 pitches per game, others at 125 and then there are also mandatory rest periods, which get longer with more pitches.
Doctor Nik Verma of Midwest Orthopedics at Rush in Chicago, is the White Sox team physician, he says it’s important to avoid overuse injuries, especially in high school:
(Verma) “It’s the volume of ……READ MORE