Yes. Once you have type 1 (at this point) you have to take insulin forever. Diet controls how much insulin you need, but will never eliminate it. With Type 1 your body stops making insulin, with type 2 your body makes it, but doesn’t use it properly.
You are correct. Type 1 diabetes (juvenile) is caused by immune response to a virus. Here are pics of my dd the year she was diagnosed. Anyone who can show me where the cookies caused the disease is welcome to try.
Maturing as a pitcher (and a hitter) is to
Take one pitch at a time. That good play or bad play that just happened has nothing to do with the pitch you are about to throw. That bad (or great) pitch or call or play has to be immediately forgotten and the only thing that matters is this pitch...
Kirk Gibson one said that as a manager it was his job to know the rules as well as the ump. He would study sections of the rule book during the season to refresh his memory. His thought was as the manager he might have an opportunity to win a game by his knowledge of the rules and it was his...
How many pitches does a 12u pitcher need? However many it takes to get outs.
That’s the answer at all ages. And at the highest level you only need 3 really good pitches that you can spot. If that means learning 3 pitches or maybe she needs to learn 5 but only 3 that she likes enough to master...
It’s not a hit or a walk, it doesn’t affect whip. WHIP is literally Walks and Hits per Inning Pitched. Nothing else is calculates into that number.
dropped 3rd is still counted as a strike out for the pitchers stats.
Those aren’t hits. How many strike outs a game is she averaging? My idea of a perfect inning is 3 pitches all resulting in weak ground balls. Your dd can pitch a whole lot more innings that way, then if she needs 20 pitches an inning to get more strikeouts.
I am going to assume that there were already 2 outs when this happened.
The answer depends on what happens after the ball was thrown. Was the batter/runner out at first? Then no run. Same as any other force out for the third out of an inning.
If you want to develop players faster and also give them a chance to learn both infield and outfield. Split them up by which side of the field you play them on. Keep your 1st basemen and second in Rf, 3rd and ss in left. Center is for whoever you want.
This keep ball spin and flight similar so...