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Pitching & Throwing / Knowing When Enough is Enough

by Chuck Hernandez

Chuck has served as bullpen coach for the California Angles in 1992, and as the pitching coach for the California Angles (1993-1996), Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2004-2005), and the Detroit Tigers (2006-2008). In 2009 he was the Cleveland Indians bullpen coach. He is currently the Miami Marlins pitching coach. Prior to his coaching career, Chuck played in the New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox organizations from 1979 to 1983.

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Coach Chuck Hernandez shares some insight on a very important topic, the over use of the young baseball player, in this video segment. Coach Hernandez is a big believer in making sure that kids are not worn out on baseball, as he describes baseball was not meant to be played 12 months a year. There is nothing wrong with playing other sports, as it can add to your athletic skill set, but also it can keep your arm from being over used and prevent possible injury.
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