After glove-ball separation in a delivery, many pitching coaches teach young pitchers to pronate (palm down) the forearm and show the ball to second base or centerfield. This seems to be creating a lot of problems, many injuries, and is currently a hot debate issue. I am a physical therapist and not a pitching coach. But, I do treat injuries and try to improve performance in overhead athletes. I see far too many front shoulder and inside elbow injuries of varying severity including surgeries. I want the athlete to have maximum strength, flexibility, etc. to allow them to be put

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