Children that are
pitchers between the ages of 11 and 18 experience elbow
because of repeated pitching.
Pitching can cause soreness, stiffness, and discomfort and cause
Repeated pitching can produce elbow injuries in immature athletes.
pitched in youth baseball reported having arm pains in youth years.
A previous study
has shown that the use of breakaway bases has prevented sliding injuries by 96%.
been made in the way of breakaway bases witch can eliminate injuries on the
reduce the force of impact.
Acute health care
costs are reduced 99% by breakaway bases.
reduce sliding injuries by 80-90%.
injuries that need some kind of cast are sprains, fractures, and strains.
common baseball injuries are bruises, hematomas, and Little League elbow.
injuries that occur to children are lacerations and concussion.
injuries to an adult are strains and sprains to the ankle or knee.
baseball injuries are tendonitis, deep mussel bruise, sciatica, and hamstring
People have suggested that facemasks should be on all helmets to
prevent facial injuries.
say that facemasks would eliminate facial injuries to offensive players.
of the American Association would like to see facemasks for extra protection.
have been made in the way of face masks witch can eliminate facial injuries.
lot of districts all helmets must have a special face protector.
face gear is helmets, facemasks, mouth guards, and sometimes prescription
for the bottom of chest to neck is chest plate, throat guards, and shin guards.
pads will protect bones and joints from fractures and bruises.
you wear glasses to see you will probably need prescription goggles.
a mouth guard will help protect your mouth, teeth, and tongue from injury.