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It is clear that TJ isn't answered with a zipper.
It is even more clear that the discussions on the site on shoulders and injury have, for the most part, been pretty accurate.
What is clear is that arm injuries jeopardize the ability to play baseball, even when current treatment apparently meets reasonable standards.
Let's hope articles like this accomplish two goals:'
1) Players/parents and coaches of developing players will be much more conscientious of the hazards of arm/shoulder injuries.
2) It will spur MLB and the medical community to advance the ability to successfully treat situations that are becoming far more common.

'You don't have to be a great player to play in the major leagues, you've got to be a good one every day.'

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