Major League Baseball teams spend $1.7 billion annually on pitchers, yet it is an extremely risky investment. Teams haven't figured out how to prevent all-too-frequent arm injuries, which are now filtering down to children as well. A journalist who investigated the science of pitching injuries explains.
People injured by foul balls at major league baseball games have little chance of recovering damages against teams because of a more-than century old judicial rule that essentially says fans know the risk they’re taking by attending. Experts explain the rule and recent moves by teams to play it safe.
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