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Many aspects of baseball and softball can cause injuries to the joints. Some of these are overuse injuries, such as repeatedly throwing the ball as a pitcher, squatting for long periods of time as a catcher or taking swing after swing at the ball as a hitter. Traumatic injuries are also common in baseball/softball, such as muscle strains and ligament tears which can happen in the knee or hamstring. These can occur while running, diving or sliding to base. Wearing a brace can help reduce injuries while playing. They provide compression, warmth and support, whether you're recovering from an injury or trying to prevent an injury from occurring in the first place. Check out these baseball/softball braces for knees, ankles, wrists, and shoulders recommended by our bracing experts.
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