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Topic - David Altchek
New York Mets third baseman David Wright has a moderate strain on the left side of his rib cage that will shut him down until next week, leaving his status for opening day uncertain.
Standing on the Wizards' main court after Monday's practice session, John Wall did something he hasn't done for a while — he left his feet to put up a shot. In other words, he jumped.
The NBA's compressed schedule, with 66 games in four months followed by one day off before the playoffs, was tough on everyone.
The pitch was a changeup, no different than 178 other changeups Stephen Strasburg had thrown for the Washington Nationals.
"When you're throwing year-round, you don't have much time for all this fitness stuff," Altchek said. "So you're fitness gets sacrificed, Your arm is overloaded. That's a recipe for disaster."
New York Mets medical director Dr. David Altchek says he's performing the procedure more often among teenagers, who are not as strong as professionals and are trying to impress with high velocities.