Will Jarrod Parker Need a Third Tommy John Surgery?


Two injuries are discussed in depth by Joe Janish and baseball pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli. First, the broken elbow suffered by Oakland Athletics pitcher Jarrod Parker, who was rehabbing from his second Tommy John surgery. Second, Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Drew Smyly‘s shoulder injury — Angel goes into detail to explain a labrum tear and how the role of the labrum and shoulder in the pitching motion. Finally, Angel offeres two baseball pitching velocity tips; the first involving the wrist, the second focused on the importance of the glove arm and how it controls rotation. Refer to photos below that illustrate the tips described.


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  1. Reply Jarrod Parker Injures Elbow AGAIN March 13, 2016 at 1:52 pm

    […] has nothing to do with luck. Last year, pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli spoke at length about Jarrod Parker’s mechanical flaws in this podcast. We’ll get into more detail about Parker, how could have corrected his issues, and whether he […]

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