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Old 02-03-2011, 12:35 PM   #13
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I had a shoulder injury in the past also. I separated the growth plate from the rest of my shoulder, or something like that. I did months of therapy, but it never bounced back. Probably should have had surgery but the doctor didn't want to since I was 13. It was brought on by pitching every single one of my baseball team's games without being properly warmed up. I was touching 75 on the radar at 13, the team wanted to win, so I pitched. Kinda screwed me over in the long run since I'm not playing now. I can't throw a whiffle ball without being sore for days. Maybe that has something to do with it. How did you strengthen the stabilizers?
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