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MLB has had its share of major league injuries over the past few years. Many of these injuries occurred as a result of a player colliding with a wall that was not protected. And, as you might expect, these injuries could have been prevented had the organization responsible for the facility placed field wall pads along the wall or fence. If you are considering investing in wall pads for the safety of your male and female athletes, then read these cautionary tales below. They should help you make the right decision for your players.
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Wall pads prevent injuries by absorbing the shock that a player feels when colliding against the hard wall surface. As a coach or athletic facility manager, keeping your basketball players safe during the season is your top priority.