Article written by Robbie Bolton, P.T. Over the years of working with young athletes, specifically baseball players, there has been one common denominator: Overuse syndromes. From Tendonitis, tendinosis, stress reactions/fractures, etc. I constantly treat athletes from the age of 10-14 that are plagued with them. Why is that? In today’s youth sports there is a push for specialization of sport- the idea that the only way to get better at

Beau Didier is a former Division 1- college baseball player, playing at LSU from 2009-2013, and current Business Development officer for the Tiger Athletic Foundation. Beau is the creator of a zany, yet uber articulate and well-written blog called He has traveled abroad often studying higher education and self-growth, while passing his findings on to his friends and family. He had an extremely detailed, and scientific elaboration on my previous post

It is January 2015, the new year just behind us, and I’m in Connecticut for the Red Sox fan fest at Foxwood’s resort. I was coming off my best year in professional baseball, winning the International League (AAA) Pitcher of the Year award, and finally got the call after four years in the minor leagues. I made my major league debut about six months earlier, and spent the last two