Dr. Marshall is the foremost expert today in non injurious pitching motion. Having played over 20 years as a professional baseball player (14 in the Majors), and over 50 years as a clinical researcher, Dr. Marshall has uncovered the secrets of safe and powerful pitching. In 1974, when teammate Tommy John ruptured his pitching elbow, Marshall played a significant role in his rehabilitation (Wikipedia).
Cy Young Award
1972 4th NL Cy Young
1973 2nd NL Cy Young
1974 NL Cy Young Award Winner
1978 7th AL Cy Young
1979 5th AL Cy Young
Other MLB accomplishments
1972 Montreal Expos Player of the Year
1973 Montreal Expos Player of the Year
1973 NL Fireman of the Year
1974 NL All-Star
1974 NL Fireman of the Year
1975 NL All-Star
1979 AL Fireman of the Year
Most Relief Innings pitched in a single season (208)
Most appearances in a single season (106)
Most consecutive games pitched (13)
Most games finished (84)
Only player to close every game in the World Series ('74 World Series Top 9th)
Dr. Marshall will discuss, and a Little League player will demonstrate, the Drills that teach his Skills.
Register at: Dr. Mike Marshall Demonstration
General discussion on the science of pitching, including the causes of injuries, and how to prevent injuries, maximizing velocity, and understanding the four types of baseball batters.
Register at: Dr. Mike Marshall Lecture