Call Now & Save? Movers For Less With Out Stress

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Date Posted : 2015-08-18
Category : Labor Moving

CALL NOW & SAVE? MOVERS FOR LESS WITH OUT STRESS
CALL NOW & SAVE? MOVERS FOR LESS WITH OUT STRESS
CALL NOW & SAVE? MOVERS FOR LESS WITH OUT STRESS
CALL NOW & SAVE? MOVERS FOR LESS WITH OUT STRESS
Batters face similar danger, of course, with players like Giancarlo Stanton having taken fastballs to the face. But helmets have been mandatory for decades, and the last player to wear one without ear flaps, Tim Raines, retired in 2002.

Pitchers have had the option of wearing padded caps the last two seasons, but only the Mets' Alex Torres, who pitched with Cobb for Tampa Bay in 2013, has done so. Torres is now in the minor leagues.

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The padded cap is really more like a neck brace for the skull, with a team logo in the front. It is cumbersome-looking, and some pitchers have resisted because of its awkward appearance. And even the slightest variation in a pitcher's balance can alter his mechanics.

"Probably the most susceptible area to major injury is the temple, which hats don't cover," said the Yankees' Andrew Miller. "If they make something that does that, now it looks like a batting helmet. Pitching's hard enough. You put something weighted on your head, it's going to be another entire adjustment."

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GLC 1 hour ago
Move the mound back.
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It's not just the ball. Pitchers are also 60 feet away from broken bats that can have points as sharp as spears.Needless to say, a real...
thomas meyer 1 hour ago
surprised the article made no mention of Herb Score, pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, who was hit by a line drive off the bat of Gil...
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Miller stressed that his primary concern was for Mitchell's well-being, and like the rest of the Yankees, he was relieved that Mitchell seemed to be fine. Mitchell was back in the clubhouse, briefly, after the 4-hour-13-minute game.Batters face similar danger, of course, with players like Giancarlo Stanton having taken fastballs to the face. But helmets have been mandatory for decades, and the last player to wear one without ear flaps, Tim Raines, retired in 2002.

Pitchers have had the option of wearing padded caps the last two seasons, but only the Mets' Alex Torres, who pitched with Cobb for Tampa Bay in 2013, has done so. Torres is now in the minor leagues.

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The padded cap is really more like a neck brace for the skull, with a team logo in the front. It is cumbersome-looking, and some pitchers have resisted because of its awkward appearance. And even the slightest variation in a pitcher's balance can alter his mechanics.

"Probably the most susceptible area to major injury is the temple, which hats don't cover," said the Yankees' Andrew Miller. "If they make something that does that, now it looks like a batting helmet. Pitching's hard enough. You put something weighted on your head, it's going to be another entire adjustment."

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RECENT COMMENTS

GLC 1 hour ago
Move the mound back.
Pedro G 1 hour ago
It's not just the ball. Pitchers are also 60 feet away from broken bats that can have points as sharp as spears.Needless to say, a real...
thomas meyer 1 hour ago
surprised the article made no mention of Herb Score, pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, who was hit by a line drive off the bat of Gil...
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Miller stressed that his primary concern was for Mitchell's well-being, and like the rest of the Yankees, he was relieved that Mitchell seemed to be fine. Mitchell was back in the clubhouse, briefly, after the 4-hour-13-minute game.Batters face similar danger, of course, with players like Giancarlo Stanton having taken fastballs to the face. But helmets have been mandatory for decades, and the last player to wear one without ear flaps, Tim Raines, retired in 2002.

Pitchers have had the option of wearing padded caps the last two seasons, but only the Mets' Alex Torres, who pitched with Cobb for Tampa Bay in 2013, has done so. Torres is now in the minor leagues.

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Continue reading the main story
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The padded cap is really more like a neck brace for the skull, with a team logo in the front. It is cumbersome-looking, and some pitchers have resisted because of its awkward appearance. And even the slightest variation in a pitcher's balance can alter his mechanics.

"Probably the most susceptible area to major injury is the temple, which hats don't cover," said the Yankees' Andrew Miller. "If they make something that does that, now it looks like a batting helmet. Pitching's hard enough. You put something weighted on your head, it's going to be another entire adjustment."

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RECENT COMMENTS

GLC 1 hour ago
Move the mound back.
Pedro G 1 hour ago
It's not just the ball. Pitchers are also 60 feet away from broken bats that can have points as sharp as spears.Needless to say, a real...
thomas meyer 1 hour ago
surprised the article made no mention of Herb Score, pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, who was hit by a line drive off the bat of Gil...
SEE ALL COMMENTS WRITE A COMMENT
Miller stressed that his primary concern was for Mitchell's well-being, and like the rest of the Yankees, he was relieved that Mitchell seemed to be fine. Mitchell was back in the clubhouse, briefly, after the 4-hour-13-minute game.


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