Thanks to a baseball fan acquaintance, we have team statistics of injured players for the regular 2021 season.
The number of baseball players on the injured list in the 2021 season through October 18 rose 40% above the 5-year average from 2015-2019, excluding 2020.
What does it mean?
- Players having difficulty concentrating
- Players suffering from Covid-19 long-term effects
- Players suffering from Covid-19 “vaccination” effects
- Something else?
The stats are startling. Something to ponder, but the true answer may never be known.
However, the best guess is the COVID-19 “vaccination.” The one prevalent and relevant factor among most team members that has changed is the shot. Perhaps the problem is that the “vaccine” injured muscles, nerves and/or other tissues. Those injuries coupled with the physical stresses of baseball (and perhaps other sports), may have resulted in the 40% increase in serious injuries.
2021 also was a record year for players hit by pitches. 868 players were hit, representing a 12% increase over the 5-year average (766) from 2015 through 2019.
These type medical signals are ignored. However, the federal government is acknowledging some problems with the shots. The COVID-19 “vaccination” tricks the body’s cells into producing the dangerous spike protein which damages muscle cells, including the heart. The FDA provides warnings of vaccine-induced myocarditis for those receiving either the Pfizer and Moderna shots. As of October 1, 2021, the CDC reported 6,812 Americans sustained heart injury and 20,789 are disabled following COVID-19 “vaccines.”
When a medicine is rushed, and thorough study is not performed, issues will most likely arise. How many people who received shots are participating in part of a study so future generations have real data to make an informed decision? Or, are we just assuming everything is great, and not performing “vaccination” follow-up studies?
While we debate these issues, the most important thing is to pray that the 2021 season is an anomaly, and all players heal thoroughly and quickly.