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May 8, 2014: Baseball may seem like a game with lots of standing around, but between those moments of calm it includes athletes moving with great speed and force — throwing, swinging, fielding, and running the bases.
In today's episode, physical therapist Sue Falsone, who served as the head trainer and physical therapist for the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 2012 and 2013 seasons, provides a glimpse of how baseball players cope with the rigors of the game at the professional level. She also speculates on whether the early single-sport specialization of many youth athletes could be contributing to the recent rash of severe elbow injuries in Major League Baseball.
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New York Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler's UCL tear, Tommy John surgery, and the road he took in getting to the operating table are discussed in detail by baseball pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli and Joe Janish. In the process, Angel dispels myths about pitching through pain, the thought that "pitching is unnatural," as well as the idea that pitching injuries are "inevitiable." Instead, she provides hope, clarity, and guidance toward preventing pitching injuries. Additionally, she offers the most fundamental key to pitching velocity.
Join co-hosts Eric Lamb and Brian Draus, as they welcome MLB Hot Stove Hub's Freddy Cabrera to the program. We will take a look at the Cubs good start to the season, as their youth movement continues, as well as the White Sox slow start, due in part to the Red Hot Kansas City Royals and Detroit Tigers. We'll also look at the LA Dodgers, and an improved San Diego Padres team, as well as much more around baseball, as the interesting story lines begin to unfold in the 2015 MLB season
Weekly Podcast where we talk Giants Baseball and Major League Baseball with up and coming prospects as well as local and national baseball journalists and baseball fans from around the country.
Past guests have included Mac Williamson, Matt Lujan, Matt Pare, Bryce Bandilla, Austin Fleet, Craig Massoni, Ray Black and Eric Sim from the San Francisco Giants organization. We have also talked with Giants superfan and local legend McCovey Cove Dave, as well as Giants Prospect Blog writer Kyle Goings of Cove Chatter and Conner Penfold of Giant Potential and SB Nation. Baseball Essential writers Shaun Kernahan and Chris Roth have been on, representing our website. Robert Murray of MLB Daily Rumors and John Pielli, the host of Passed Ball Show have also been on to give us the national perspective on the 2015 MLB season. The show is sponsored by Baseball Essential.
Joining me tonight is Joe Bond to break down the firs couple weeks of the season. We'll tackle the tough questions like which breakouts are for real, how worried we are over several injuries (come back soon Rendon!), free agent strategy, pitching struggles and more.
And in honor of the fantasy baseball league I'm in that JUST drafted last night, we'll discuss where people may have gone if the drafted took place today.
All that and more tonight on the SCFE Podcast!
Welcome to "The Mad Scientist Sports Lab", hosted by "The Mad Scientist of Sports" Nick Ficorelli. This is not the average everyday sports show he is bringing to the air waves. "The Mad Scientist" has created his own personal sports lab, and you, the audience, as well as many of his special guests, will be his test subjects. He will throw theories out, and you never know where they will be coming from. He will keep everyone guessing, and he will open his lab to any and all comers. Be prepared for "mad science" of sports at its best.
This week on "The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab", our special guest at 1030pm EST will be former Texas Ranger and New York Yankee, and now accomplished movie director, Billy Sample. Billy will discuss his career in the big leagues, his favorite memories, and give his take on today's game. He will also talk about his new movie "Reunion 108", a full-length, comedy feature film that promises to be a no holds bar behind the scenes and in your face look into the world of professional baseball. You definitely do not want to miss this.
Also appearing this week - at 10pm, we will have for the first time in the lab, Shane Young from Hoops Habit to give his preview of the NBA Playoffs, at 11pm we welcome back Antwan Staley to talk some Major League Baseball as the season starts to get into full swing, and at 1130pm, we welcome back Chris Wassel from Project Roto to talk about the NHL Playoffs.
The beacons are lit, the experiments are set, and "The Mad Scientist's Sports Lab" is open for study!!!
With the season now in full swing, Tim King and Greg Jewett discuss ways to help your fantasy team. Whether your team is already bitten by the injury bug or simply not performing up to snub, follow their advice and become king of the waiver wire to save your season before it goes off the rails. Questions you need answered? Tweet @myknuckleballs or to Tim (@TKing978) or Greg (@GJeweet) directly and they'll do their best to steer you right.
The Sports Nerd Show is back! And this time Indiana Jones is coming with us. Tj and Cameron will be going over one of the greatest movie trilogies of all time, starting at 6PM PST tonight. Rolling boulders, Kalima, Short Round,Sallah, and his dear old dad, are all on the table. We'll also be talking some MLB opening day, and MLS season kickoff.
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