Because they have to, especially when they’ve already lost a game. Their whole job, and by extension, their entire livelihood, seems to involve losing a game so that they can continue to live like humans.
Athletes who make this trade-off aren’t just taking part in the game they love, they’re risking their livelihood, and their lives.
What does this even mean? In the baseball example above we can see one or more of several ways in which pitchers may be trying to minimize injury:
They may be trying to play below their normal weight, but not eating enough or drinking enough. This could be in response to either a physical issue or the fact that they’ve seen their body being battered badly.
They may be trying to play more cautiously, but without the appropriate equipment and training.
Or they may be trying to avoid fatigue and, as a result, taking more time off their injury-prone games
While there are undoubtedly many cases where these are true, the average sports fan is probably unaware of all the ways that pitching can contribute to concussions and head injuries. Many young athletes make this trade-off even when they’re well known for being aggressive, aggressive athletes and in that fashion getting concussed. So instead of being seen as a major concern, it comes off as a symptom of something that can be treated. It’s why even with elite athletes, as soon as the game is over, they usually immediately return to the team’s facility, get an MRI, and get to work on getting themselves back to the play-by-play position and working on that new pitch or skill.
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The Ebenor Family are a family of mutants known to the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. They are known to be the founders of the X-Men.
In the time of the original X-Men, Ebenor and his children worked in a nuclear shelter with Xavier, Erik Lensherr, and Angelus. They were the first mutants to be affected by the nuclear radiation. Erik Lensherr survived, but died in the fallout, and his daughter, Ebenor, was left with only her father as her mother.