Patrick Strohecker , 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
In the new age of baseball, it’s nearly impossible to go through a major league telecast without hearing announcers harping on a pitch count.
Now, the intense monitoring of how many pitches a pitcher has thrown has made its way to Pennsylvania high school athletics.
Wednesday night, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Directors unanimously approved the use of pitch counts as a way to limit how much a pitcher can throw in a given week.
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