Matt Harvey’s Injury Shows Pitchers Have a Speed Limit
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Glenn Fleisig, a biomedical engineer, knows what an arm can handle, and years of research give him the confidence to answer one of baseball’s more intriguing questions: Is there a limit to how fast a human being can throw? His answer: Yes, there is. And, he adds: That limit already has been reached. Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is the latest unfortunate example to confirm Fleisig’s research. (New York Times)
Share: Facebook | Twitter | Email
| Matt Harvey
Recent Baseball News:Seattle Mariners Sign Catcher Chris Iannetta to 2016 Contract
Monday November 23, 2015Yankees hitting coach sees sustainability in Ackley’s late-season improvements
Monday November 23, 2015Yankees' Adam Warren: 'I want to be a starter'
Sunday November 22, 2015Why The New York Mets Would Be Foolish To Trade Matt Harvey
Monday November 9, 2015What will Matt Harvey’s 216 innings mean for next year?
Friday November 6, 2015