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NEWS
May 29, 2012 | BY TED SILARY, Daily News Staff Writer
SO, WHERE DID you go the first thing Saturday morning? If the answer is Wildwood or some other Jersey Shore outpost, Joey Gorman is slightly jealous . . . Then again, his first move helped Ss. Neumann-Goretti High win another Catholic League baseball championship (second in row; third in 4 years). For about 2 weeks, since making an awkward throw in a Blue Division finale against Bishop McDevitt, Gorman had felt pain in the left part of his back. "I was figuring, 'I'm a kid. Kids don't have back trouble,' " Gorman said.
SPORTS
August 26, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Little League Baseball will implement a new pitch-count rule next season, a change that organizers hope will reduce wear-and-tear on youngsters' arms. Starting in 2007, the number of pitches thrown in a game will determine how long that player must rest before returning to the mound. The current system is based on innings pitched. The change, unanimously approved by Little League's board of directors yesterday, expands on a test conducted over the last 2 years. Pitch-count rules were voluntarily tested in about 500 of the 6,400 leagues in the United States this past regular season, and the regulations were expected to become mandatory.
SPORTS
May 23, 2010 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Staff Writer
At some point in Roy Halladay's career, all the pitches he has thrown and all the innings he has logged are going to sap the life from his high-powered right arm. And for all of you worried about this issue, remember this: That doesn't make the Phillies' $60 million ace different from any other man who throws a baseball for a living. All of this brings us to the subject of the week - pitch counts. When Halladay threw 132 pitches during his complete-game loss to Pittsburgh on Tuesday, the alarms sounded at Citizens Bank Park.
SPORTS
June 26, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Cole Hamels and Charlie Manuel weren't going to push the pitch-count meter. The Phillies lefthander threw seven shutout innings, allowing three hits, walking three, and striking out seven in the Phillies' 3-2 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays in the first game of a split doubleheader Sunday at Citizens Bank Park. The reason for his departure while holding a 1-0 lead was his pitch count. Hamels had thrown 111 pitches, and both he and Manuel thought that was more than enough. "Unfortunately, when you get to that sacred [pitch-count]
SPORTS
September 3, 1997 | by Paul Hagen, Daily News Sports Writer
Expos righthander Pedro Martinez has to be considered the favorite to win the National League Cy Young Award. He is 16-6 with a 1.63 earned run average. One of his wins came last Saturday in Yankee Stadium, a complete-game five-hitter against the defending world champions during which he struck out 10. Phillies righthander Curt Schilling might not finish in the top three of NL Cy Young balloting this season, despite leading the league in strikeouts. Yankees manager Joe Torre, who watched Schilling whiff 16 hitters in a dominant eight innings against New York Monday at Veterans Stadium, doesn't see much difference between the two. "We talk about Martinez and you could just play it back with Schilling," Torre said before last night's 5-0 loss to the Phillies.
SPORTS
May 1, 2011
Pitch counts are way cool. We have no idea who invented this baseball statistic, but it has grown enough in prominence that it has its own Wikipedia page, a sure sign that the people out there in cyberspace believe it is a very important thing. At the risk of relaying misinformation, Wikipedia tells us that "pitch counts are especially a concern for young pitchers, pitchers recovering from injury, or pitchers who have a history of injuries. " Citation needed. Here is more from Wikipedia: "Before pitch counts became prominent in the 1980s, a pitcher pitched until he could no longer get anyone out or the game was over.
SPORTS
June 27, 2004 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Just another day yesterday at Fenway Park? Save it. "Baseball is a long season," said the Phillies' Jim Thome, who was the designated hitter in yesterday's 9-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox. "But there also is a sense of urgency as you go out and play every day. I think that's what we had [yesterday]. " The Phillies had their reasons. They lost twice last week to the moribund Montreal Expos at Olympic Stadium. Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez whipped them Friday in a 12-1 loss that dropped them to a mediocre 10-12 in June.
SPORTS
May 20, 2009 | By Andy Martino INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Cole Hamels could only sigh. After throwing 117 pitches, narrowly escaping the sixth inning, contributing a key hit and winning his second game in three starts, the Phillies' ace inhaled deeply and grinned. "I don't think that's something I want to do in such a short amount of innings," he said of throwing so many pitches. "Sometimes you need to finish guys off and they keep fouling it off and that just adds to your pitch count. Sometimes it's a challenging game. The hitters are good.
SPORTS
March 19, 2007 | Inquirer wire services
Roger Clemens said his decision on whether to pitch this season would not come before May, MLB.com reported yesterday. In an exclusive interview, the 44-year-old righthander said that if he pitched it would be for only the Houston Astros, New York Yankees or Boston Red Sox. Red Sox. Curt Schilling threw 98 pitches over six solid innings yesterday in a game featuring mostly triple-A players at Boston's minor-league complex in Fort Myers, Fla....
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