Blazing arms not meant to be
Subversive physiology destroys pitching mechanics
Hot prospects show off to Major League baseball
Franchises are at a loss for words

Joints, bones, cartilages distorted by twists and turns
Interesting pennant races, youngsters grow up
Cut corners, nibble, slow curves safety first
Arms not meant to throw hard

Careers are short-lived
Elbows so delicate, Orthopedics on call
Unequal speed guns at every nook and crannie of the ballpark
Junk ballers have their lasting health and winning durability

Farm clubs are depleted of pitchers
Perhaps stretch the season longer
Everybody in baseball is at wit’s end.