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Stephen Strasburg has several critical flaws in his delivery. The sad truth is that everyone was so impressed with his velocity, amazing command of multiple pitches and his successful results that they were blind to the dangers not visible to the naked eye.

Could Stephen Strasburg's injury been prevented?

  • Absolutely
  • But only if he had a high speed biomechanical analysis

When the news came out that Stephen Strasburg needed Tommy John surgery I was saddened and frustrated. Here is another promising pitcher destroyed by poor mechanics. I am on a crusade to help pitchers of all ages stay healthy.

The brutal fact is that while Stephen Strasburg was amazing crowds everywhere, he had significant and critical flaws in his mechanics. Flaws that may end his career. I have done several interviews over the last week with ESPN, MLB Network, the NY Times, etc and they all asked the same questions. How could this happen?

The answer is simple. It happens all the time. Pitchers develop flaws. The flaws accelerate injury. Find the flaws and fix the flaws. Arm issues will drop like a well placed sinker ball.

Here is an example of a Strasburg flaw. On the left is Stephen Strasburg and on the right is one of the 3P pitchers. Notice how Strasburg's right elbow is pointing to the sky when his stride foot hits the ground. This is a MAJOR flaw.


The Peak Performance Range for the elbow angle at foot contact is 70 – 100 degrees.

The photo on the right was taken from the biomechanical analysis 3P did for this member. This photo shows the proper arm position when the stride foot hits the ground. Strasburg's arm position put severe stress on his shoulder and elbow. It was only a matter of time before he would breakdown and have a serious injury.

This is only one measurement in the pitching delivery that can cause injury. The 3P Sports biomechanical pitching analysis analyzes 14 critical points to reveal where the pitcher has performance and injury flaws.

Through 3P’s partnership with Major League Baseball (MLB) and American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI), they provide the same scientific pitching analysis used by hundreds of MLB and amateur pitchers to improve their mechanics to throw harder and avoid career ending injuries. Pitchers like Cliff Lee, CC Sabetha, Barry Zito, and many more have had this biomechanical analysis done to protect themselves.

I played 19 seasons in the big leagues. I threw a no hitter, won two world series rings and played on two all star teams. I played for the Marlins, Blue Jays, Mets and Yankees. I tell you this because my career almost ended because of an injury. At that time, I had a biomechanical analysis and saw the flaws that led to my injury. Luckily, I was able to correct the flaws post surgery. My career then took off. I was lucky...when Dr. James Andrews did this analysis on me I was amazed. None of my prior coaches could see my mechanical flaws with the naked eye. And some of those coaches are Hall of Fame candidates. The ASMI data told the entire story.

Together with some of baseball's greatest pitching minds the team at 3P Sports has made available to everyone the same scientific pitching analysis that MLB stars pay thousands of dollars to receive each season. 3P Sports incorporates Dr Andrews' ASMI technology without having players go to his pitching lab in Birmingham Alabama....they’ve found a way to keep it INEXPENSIVE. Their goal is to have every pitcher in America analyzed to determine where their injury and performance flaws are and then give them the drills that correct each flaw….AND KEEP PITCHERS HEALTHY!

It's a simple three step process:

    1. Video the pitcher from two angles

    2. Send the video to 3P Sports

    3. Review your personal biomechanical pitching analysis
        and follow the drills 3P recommends

I hope you send this page link to everyone you know that pitches, is a parent of a pitcher or coaches pitchers. We have to let the pitching world know there is now a way for every pitcher...from little league to the big identify where their injury and performance flaws are and how to correct them.

I understand that baseball can be an expensive sport. You have to pay for equipment, lessons, coaches, trainers, travel teams, leagues, tournaments, etc. While there is significant cost involved to do a proper biomechanical analysis, we made sure we leveraged the best technology available to keep the price low. We now can offer you the same analysis used by MLB all stars for only $199. Yes, only $199!

If you are not 100% satisfied after 30 days, we will refund your money….no questions asked. Get started today.

I personally benefited from this analysis and became an all star pitcher. I know you will too. Together, let’s put a stop to all these pitching injuries today.

The Pitching Program Experts

Al Leiter Explains Professional Motion Analysis

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Professional (Biomechanical) Motion Analysis | Back to top

At the heart of the 3P program is a comprehensive professional motion analysis of your pitching delivery measuring 14 specific points within your pitching routine. Your personalized analysis will identify the areas where you can improve your pitching mechanics, enabling you to throw faster and with greater control.

Over 90% of amateur pitchers have flaws in their pitching delivery. 3P's Professional Motion Analysis identifies where you have injury related flaws across your full range of motion. These flaws are areas that should be addressed immediately if you want to perform at the highest level.

Until recently, this analysis was only available to athletes willing to travel to the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) in Birmingham, Alabama. Now 3P Sports is making it possible for pitchers from youth leagues through college to have the same high quality analysis.

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The quality of the professional motion analysis will only be as good as the quality of the video you submit. Therefore please follow these instructions closely for recording your 3P video. Capturing quality video is easy when you follow these instructions.

  • Proper camera placement is critical
  • Try to video when the sun is high in sky if possible, avoid low light conditions
  • Use a tripod for best results
  • Have the pitcher warm up before shooting the video, never throw without warming up

Rick Peterson Explains How to Shoot and Submit Video

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More About Professional (Biomechanical) Motion Analysis

Can I get multiple professional motion analyses performed? | Back to top

Yes. After your initial recommendations are delivered, you can always request additional analyses at a cost of $199. We recommend that after your initial analysis you spend at least two to three months working on your delivery and implementing the changes and corrections we suggest before you have a new analysis performed.

Where do I go to get a professional motion analysis performed? | Back to top

You don't have to go anywhere. You simply ship or upload a video of your pitching delivery from two angles. You can also watch our video on how to video your biomechanical analysis.

How long does it take to get my video analyzed? | Back to top

3P Sports promises a 10 business day turn around policy for all members' videos.

How will I know my 3P Sports Portal is ready? | Back to top

The system will automatically send you an email notification when the portal is live.

How do I know this program really works? | Back to top

The 3P program is unlike any pitcher training program available today. It is based on the work done by Dr. James Andrews and the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Alabama. The 3P Biomechanical Pitching Analysis is predicated on 20 years of research on pitch delivery with many of the top pitchers in the game. The data has been developed using rigorous academic standards for accuracy and statistical reliability. The 3P Pitching Drills were studied for effectiveness and reliability in a similar fashion. While many have opinions on the pitch delivery, few use a fact based system with detailed scientific data as the backbone.

Rick Peterson

Rick Peterson is known throughout professional baseball as the leading practitioner for peak performance coaching.

A lifelong "baseball guy," Rick has developed a unique approach to coaching that has produced revolutionary results. Rick has coached with the Chicago White Sox, Toronto Blue Jay, Oakland A's and NY Mets. Rick is currently the pitching coach for the Milwaukee Brewers. His Oakland staff led the American League in ERA for two years, posting a 3.63 in 2003 and 3.58 in 2002. Under his guidance, the A's finished in the top three in ERA from 1999-2003. Tim Hudson, Barry Zito and Mark Mulder all flourished under his tutelage. Each became a 20-game winner and Zito captured the 2002 American League Cy Young Award.

Over three decades, Rick has combined athletic skills, unique pitching techniques with sports psychology to help his players achieve their peak performance. His track record has been chronicled in Michael Lewis' bestseller Moneyball and John Feinstein's Living in the Black. Rick has applied his unique methodologies with some of today's most successful athletes including Michael Jordan, Barry Zito, Tim Hudson, Pedro Martinez, Johan Santana, Tom Glavine, Roger Clemens, Frank Thomas, Jim Abbott, Jason Giambi, and many others.

Rick's life's work is culminated in the offerings of 3P Sports. His mission is to serve the amateur market to enable baseball players to avoid injury and improve their performance.

Dr. James Andrews

James Andrews is one of the founding members of Andrews Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center in Birmingham, Alabama. He is also a founder of the American Sports Medicine Institute, (ASMI) a non-profit institute dedicated to injury prevention, education and research in orthopedics and sports medicine. This foundation is recognized as one of the world's leaders in this field. Dr. Andrews continues to serve as Chairman and Medical Director of ASMI. He has mentored more than 250 orthopedic/sports medicine Fellows and more than 45 primary care sports medicine Fellows who have trained under him through the ASMI Sports Medicine Fellowship Program. Dr. Andrews is also a founding partner and the Medical Director of the Andrews Institute, located in Gulf Breeze, Florida.

Dr. Andrews is internationally known and recognized for his skills as an orthopedic surgeon as well as his scientific and clinic research contributions in knee, shoulder and elbow injury prevention and treatment. In addition, he has made major presentations on every continent, and has authored numerous scientific articles and books.

Dr. Andrews has worked with literally hundreds of the best athletes of our time including Tom Glavine, Al Leiter, Joba Chamberlain, Barry Zito, Michel Jordan, Reggie Bush, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning and Shaquille O'Neal.

Al Leiter

Today, Al Leiter is well known for his expert work as a television host and analyst with MLB Network and YES Network. As a TV commentator, Al provides enthusiastic, unique and powerful sights so the viewers can understand the intricacies of the game. These are the same intricacies that Al mastered as an all-star MLB pitcher.

Al is a three-time World Series Champion and two-time All-Star pitcher formerly with the New York Yankees, New York Mets, Toronto Blue Jays, and Florida Marlins. As a member of the 3P Sports team, Al provides his pitching knowledge and experience to help us develop the best program on the market today.

Drafted by the New York Yankees in the second round in 1984, Al had a nineteen-year major league career. He attributes his success to a proper mental attitude combined with hard work and talent. With his victory over the Diamondbacks April 30, 2002, Leiter became the first pitcher in major league history to beat all 30 current teams.

One of Al's secrets was his pre game thoughts. Al says that his energy is "channeled to excitement". I visualized the night before. I believe in it. I visualize the lineup and me executing the pitch that I wanted to throw to that particular player'and see a positive result. Most of all, my visualization is a perfect game."

One of the most successful pitchers in baseball, Leiter has been recognized for nearly every humanitarian award in the sport, including the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award, the Good Guy Award from the New York Press Photographers Association, the Branch Rickey Award for unselfish contribution to his community, and the Joan W. Payson Award for humanitarian services. In January 2002, Leiter was the emcee at New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's inauguration. Rudy Giuliani appointed him to the Twin Towers Fund Board of Directors. As part of the Twin Towers Fund Board of Directors, Leiter helped to allocate more than $280 million in donations. Leiter was also selected by Mayor Bloomberg to serve on the Board of Directors of NYC & Company, the city's official, nonprofit tourism organization.

Jim Duquette

Jim Duquette is known throughout major league baseball for his expertise in baseball operations and talent evaluation. During his years as a scout and senior executive, he has been the force behind recruiting many of today's highest performing players. Today, Jim is a Baseball Analyst for Sirius / XM radio and for Prior to this he was Vice President for Baseball Operations for the Baltimore Orioles for two years. Jim came to the Orioles after serving in virtually every capacity of the baseball front office for the New York Mets for 14 of the previous 15 years.

Jim began his pro baseball career as an assistant in the Mets' scouting and minor league departments in 1991, getting his start under a pair of former Orioles executives, Frank Cashen and Al Harazin. He eventually was named Assistant Director/Scouting and Minor Leagues in 1995 and served in that role for two seasons before joining the Houston Astros as Director of Player Development. He spent 54 weeks with the Astros, the only time he had been outside the Mets organization until coming to the Orioles.

Duquette rejoined the Mets as Director of Player Personnel in 1997 and 13 months later was named Assistant General Manager. In 2003, he was named the Mets' General Manager, making him the 10th GM in the club's history. At the time of his appointment, he was the 4th-youngest general manager in the majors at age 37, behind only the Red Sox' Theo Epstein, the Dodgers' Paul DePodesta and the Yankees' Brian Cashman. He served as Mets' General Manager for a year and a half, then was named Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations, serving under Omar Minaya. Under his watch as GM in NY and Baltimore, players like David Wright, Jose Reyes, Melvin Mora, Nick Markakis, Scott Kazmir, Heath Bell, Jeremy Guthrie, Aaron Heilman, Brian Bannister, Lastings Milledge, among others got their opportunity at the major league level.