please help me, I have a chance to get a scholarship for pitching in college. I played summer baseball and had to stop for about a month and get sinus surgery. I came back and immediately started pitching again and my arm felt weird the first time. I came back out to throw and had a tremendous amount of pain in my shoulder near the pec. I began going to therapy and got an MRI which said it was a tendon strain. i rehabbed for about 3 months until starting to throw again. they did something called tendon releases on my arm which made it feel great. when baseball practice rolled around, I started throwing off the mound, and it just does not feel the same. I used to be able to hit 88 on the gun and now I'm throwing about 75-80 mph. It feels as if somebody took my tendons from my shoulder and pinned back to my shoulder blade. It feels extremely tight in the back of my shoulder and the front. I feel like I have no mobility. They say its tightness and irritation in my capsule. I stretch at least 30 minutes before i throw off the mound. I'm desperate, please somebody tell me how I could fix this. We start playing in about 2 weeks. I really need to throw with my full potential to have a chance for a college scholarship.
Asked by baseball4319 - 1 answer - 7 years 33 weeks ago