Article 28: Measuring Recovery of Baseball Pitchers Using Omegawave AND HRV

https://www.drivelinebaseball.com/measuring-readiness-baseball-pitchers-omegawave-hrv/ This article discusses the research done by a baseball organization known as Driveline Baseball. This company was started by Kyle Boddy to provide the world of baseball with a scientifically backed program for baseball, specifically pitching. Through the use of testing, research analysis, and scientific methods, driveline baseball has created multiple programs to help…

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Source 27: Recovery of Upper Extremity Sensorimotor System Acuity in Baseball Athletes After a Throwing-Fatigue Protocol

Tripp, Brady L, Eric M Yochem, and Timothy L Uhl. “Recovery of Upper Extremity Sensorimotor System Acuity in Baseball Athletes After a Throwing-Fatigue Protocol.” Journal of Athletic Training 42.4 (2007): 452–457. Print. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2140069/ This article is a peer-reviewed journal that involves research to study the fatigue of those throwing a baseball at maximum effort. The researchers placed…

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Source 24: Epidemiology of Major League Baseball Injuries

http://ajs.sagepub.com/content/39/8/1676.full.pdf+html This article is a peer reviewed journal dealing with the injuries over the years throughout Major League Baseball. When reviewing the findings of this work, it becomes evident that injuries have steadily increased in number even with all of the new scientific procedures being introduced to the game. Some of the findings indicated that…

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Source 19: Moneyball & Medicine

http://www.nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJMp1211131 Phillips, Christopher J., Jeremy A. Greene, and Scott H. Podolsky. “Moneyball and Medicine.” New England Journal of Medicine 367.17 (2012): 1581-583. Web. 14 Oct. 2016.   Moneyball And Medicine This article is a peer-reviewed journal dealing with the changing role of medicine in baseball. It discusses how medicine is following the path of baseball itself, in…

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Source 13: How Twitter is Changing Baseball Coverage

Moore, Aaron J. “For The Love Of The Game: How Twitter Is Changing Baseball Coverage.” Public Relations Tactics 19.8 (2012): 12. Business Source Complete. Web. 7 Oct. 2016. http://ezproxy.rollins.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=79246119&site=ehost-live&scope=site In this peer-reviewed journal, the author discusses the role of social media in the changing world of baseball broadcasting. The author uses quotes from some of the major reporters…

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Process Post 3:

Process Post 3: I went to Olin’s library to find my third source. My article is a peer reviewed article written in 2004. When using the advances search that is available to all Rollins students on the Olin library website, I was first struggling to find any articles because I wasn’t using the advanced search…

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Process Post 2:

Process Post 2: To continue my search on how arguments are posed all around us about sports at Rollins, I looked into articles on Rollinssports.com. Since I am on the women’s lacrosse team, I was interested in doing my next essay on an article that was posted about the team. I came across an exciting…

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Process Post 1:

Process Post 1: I chose to take sources from the Rollins athletic site: Rollinssports.com,because all of the information about the tars achievements are posted there. This site is a great source to find any information about the tars. All teams,upcoming events and results are to find here. It is also a very easy site to…

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Source 11: Rollins Soccer

  Rollins, By Visiting. “Chargers Tripped Up By Visiting Rollins.” UAH Chargers. N.p., 11 Sept. 2016. Web. 25 Sept. 2016. http://www.uahchargers.com/news/2016/9/11/mens-soccer-chargers-tripped-up-by-visiting-rollins.aspx   This article is from the University of Alabama in Huntsville Athletics page and is a recap of their game against Rollins. I chose this article because it gives a perspective of how a school…

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Source 9: NCAA Athletes and Olympics

Associated Press. “NCAA Might Reconsider Olympic Bonuses for College Athletes.” ESPN.com. N.p., 8 Sept. 2016. Web. 25 Sept. 2016. http://www.espn.com/olympics/story/_/id/17499444/ncaa-reconsider-olympic-bonuses-college-athletes-mark-emmert-says This article discusses the monetary concerns of NCAA athletes who participate in the Olympics. With the current rules and regulations of the NCAA, student athletes are allowed to accept the money they win for earning a medal…

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