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Topic - Glenn Fleisig
The pitch was a changeup, no different than 178 other changeups Stephen Strasburg had thrown for the Washington Nationals.
"All the Tommy John injuries are from overuse," said Glenn Fleisig, director of research at the nonprofit American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Ala. "They say, 'It was cold' or say, 'I threw a curveball' or, 'It was the 100th pitch and I felt something snap or pop.'