Chris O'Leary's 2016
Pitcher Injury Predictions
This page lists some of the predictions I made during 2016.
For a list of all of my pitcher injury predictions, see...
I have made a number of predictions about pitchers that have
sadly come true, some during 2016 and
some earlier. Most
of these pitchers' problems can be traced back to one of two
...which are problematic because they tend to create a
problem with pitchers'
The following are predictions that came true in 2016. Note
that all are independently time-stamped, generally via Twitter.
I have updated my piece on
Hyperabduction to discuss Bronson Arroyo's problems.
analysis of Matt Harvey's pitching mechanics explains how I
saw his elbow injury coming, but here are some tweets from this
year that explain why I was concerned about his shoulder in
general and Thoracic Outlet Syndrome in particular due to a
problem I call
Jarrod Parker served as the basis for my piece on
Flat Arm Syndrome.
Noah Syndergaard is one of the pitchers featured in my
vulnerable pitchers at the 2015 All-Star Break.
I have put together a new piece called
The Truth About the Inverted W as a result of the repeated
failure of Dan Winkler's elbow.
About The Author
Chris O'Leary never played baseball beyond grade school due
to a shoulder injury suffered due to poor pitching mechanics. As
a result, he is focused on ensuring that what happened to him
doesn't happen to anybody else.
The Epidemic is one way he hopes to achieve that goal.