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DVS provides a glimpse into the pitching culture of college baseball by performing a full analysis on a Division-1 pitching staff. We report our findings related to DVS Scores, shoulder ROM patterns, and injury risk, while illuminating important patterns and trends that every player, parent, and coach should be aware of.
In it's inaugural year, the United Shore Professional Baseball League had 76 pitchers travel across the country to tryout for the opportunity to play professional baseball. The DVS Scores and data of all 76 pitchers paint a similar picture on the patterns and trends that continue to surface within the game of baseball.
DVS examines the potential effects of 75 max-intensity throws on the throwing shoulder of a 12 year old pitcher with a DVS Score of 17.
Donny Murray, a product of Walpole, Massachusetts is the Utica Unicorns ace and the winning pitcher of the first ever USPBL Championship game in 2016. Randy Wynne, born in San Diego, California, is the Birmingham-Bloomfield Beavers number one guy in the rotation and he is the winning pitcher of the second ever USPBL Championship. The two have faced each other so often in the two USPBL seasons that it’s developed into an unspoken rivalry that is beginning to spark interest.
As a former collegiate outfielder, Devin Alexander took the road less traveled for a professional pitcher. Acclimating himself to a more energy-efficient pitching motion made room for that extra bit of leverage he lacked when first appearing in the USPBL. An increase in velocity as well as a higher DVS scored ensued.
Jacob Ezell's ability to throw six innings and 100 pitches in a pivotal playoff game was a product of a 4-month success story that sheds light on the recovery cycle of a pitcher and how that plays a role on his success and the decision-making of his coaches.
A player’s off-season presents a vital time-block in which a player is given the opportunity to restore and maximize the function of their muscular system. This article provides insight into the many ways both position players and pitchers can make the most of their off-season by utilizing The DVS Arm Care System.
As a follow-up to Part 1 of this series, we're going to dive deeper into the truth behind the injurious range-of-motion patterns that arise in baseball players, and determine where they come from. In doing so, we'll document some compelling evidence from research, while referencing a few reputable studies that support our claims.