Metrics have touched nearly every part of baseball. If something that happens on the field can be measured, someone’s likely keeping track of it. But one of the biggest dangers to a baseball pitcher’s career—the joint stress and fatigue that often lead to injury—can be notoriously tricky to quantify.
Now, a company called Motus Global is attempting to change that with a wearable sleeve called the mThrow. The sleeve allows players to collect real-time biomechanical data from their games and practices, and monitor it all in an app.
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