Major League Baseball has approved a padded cap meant to protect pitchers from injury on line drives up the middle. The Arizona Diamondbacks Brandon McCarthy, who was struck in the head in 2012 when he was pitching for the Oakland As, said he found the isoBlox cap “too big,” “didn’t pass the eye test” and “too hot,” ESPN.com reported. The Los Angeles Dodgers Clayton Kershaw agreed the cap wont win any fashion awards, but he seemed more willing to try it. Kershaw told the MLB Network: “I’ve actually tried one of those on. View full post on Yahoo Sports – MLB – Toronto Blue Jays News

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