I have a 2020, he's been told that pitching is his future and that it is a very VERY bright future. While he does contribute in the outfield and at the plate coaches are starting to make comments like what if you broke your collar bone laying out for a flyball? What if you jammed your fingers sliding into a base? What if you got hit by a pitch?
It is making him reconsider his roles in baseball. Now I'm wondering about the rest of his life. The pick up basketball games, the roller skating, the millions of other things kids do because they are kids. Where is the line between cautious and not letting him be a kid?
How much of a bubble did you put your talented pitcher in off the field?