Sports medicine with the Cubs’ Mark O’Neal

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The Cubs’ director of medical administration explains how athletes avoid injuries while playing in vastly different climates, walks the gang through his 12-hour work day, and discusses an injury that seems to have become more prevalent in the past few years.


Cubs trainer Mark O’Neil tends to Alfonso Soriano after Soriano was hit in the hand by a pitch (Charles Cherney / Chicago Tribune)