Originally Posted by traderumor
I'm sure Prior would love to be enlightened by you since he is obviously just acting in ignorance, while you know better. Only one word--hubris.
I will tell him exactly what I posted earlier in this thread: Every team in baseball now has rules set up to avoid both the jump in innings you made for pitchers that were your age as well as avoiding the total number of pitches in even one single game that you averaged over your final 13 starts of 2003. They do that for a reason. They all believe that it will help keep young pitchers healthy because they all believe that going against that greatly increases the risk of injury to young pitchers.
It isn't that I alone know better. It is that every team in baseball now does.