Many reasons why Matt Harvey can still be a stud after elbow injury
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
The question has to be whether Harvey's injury, whether or not he needs surgery, will sap any of his velocity. Research by Bryce Stucki, a student at Virginia Tech in 2010, showed that there was no way to predict what might happen to radar gun readings upon a pitcher's return from Tommy John surgery—many hurlers lost speed, while others in fact gained it. (Sporting News)
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