What Do You Think Causes the Most Sports Injuries?

A recent Johns Hopkins study showed that Major League Baseball catchers are still getting injured due to errant bats and foul balls, even though the league enacted rules to prevent collision injuries. What do you think contributes to the majority of sports injuries? Cast your vote and share your thoughts in today’s poll.

What Do You Think Causes the Most Sports Injuries?

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Also, check out the results of last week's poll, "What is One Thing That Would Most Improve Patient- and Family-Centered Care?"

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C September 21, 2015 at 9:57 am

When the paying public wants to see hard hits and accidents on the field, they will happen. Better protective equipment means players feel like they can hit harder. My take is if someone wants to behave like a gladiator, they may also assume full responsibility for all those hits (given and taken) and their awful consequences. Better start saving those pennies.


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