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Major League II Back to the Minors For Love of the Game White Men Can't Jump Eight Men Out Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jake Taylor Charlie Sheen Ricky Vaughn Corbin Bernsen Roger Dorn Margaret Whitton Rachel Phelps James Gammon Lou Brown Rene Russo Lynn Wells Wesley Snipes Willie Mays Hayes Charles Cyphers Charlie Donovan Chelcie Ross Eddie Harris Dennis Haysbert Pedro Cerrano Andy Romano Pepper Leach Bob Uecker Harry Doyle Steve Yeager Duke Temple Peter Vuckovich When these three oddballs try to play hardball, the result is totally screwball.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia In the scene where Jake invades Lynn's party, one of the guests asks how much Jake makes in the Majors. He replies, "I make the league minimum.
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It is not an ejectable offense then or now in Major League Baseball to run the bases while carrying a bat, unless the umpire believes it will disrupt the play, e.
Even then, the umpire will probably just call the batter out for interference. Carrying the bat is an ejectable offense in girls fast pitch softball.
Below deep to the pectoralis major is the pectoralis minor , a thin, triangular muscle. In sports as well as bodybuilding, the pectoral muscles may colloquially be referred to as " pecs ", " pectoral muscle " or " chest muscle " due to its being the larger and most superficial muscle in the chest area.
It arises from the anterior surface of the sternal half of the clavicle; from breadth of the half of the anterior surface of the sternum, as low down as the attachment of the cartilage of the sixth or seventh rib; from the cartilages of all the true ribs, with the exception, frequently, of the first or seventh, and from the aponeurosis of the abdominal external oblique muscle.
From this extensive origin the fibers converge toward their insertion; those arising from the clavicle pass obliquely downward and outwards laterally , and are usually separated from the rest by a slight interval; those from the lower part of the sternum, and the cartilages of the lower true ribs, run upward and laterally, while the middle fibers pass horizontally.
The pectoralis major receives dual motor innervation by the medial pectoral nerve and the lateral pectoral nerve , also known as the lateral anterior thoracic nerve.
The sternal head receives innervation from the C7, C8 and T1 nerve roots, via the lower trunk of the brachial plexus and the medial pectoral nerve.
The clavicular head receives innervation from the C5 and C6 nerve roots via the upper trunk and lateral cord of the brachial plexus, which gives off the lateral pectoral nerve.
The lateral pectoral nerve is distributed over the deep surface of the pectoralis major. The sensory feedback from the pectoralis major follows the reverse path, returning via first-order neurons to the spinal nerves at C5, C6, C8, and T1 through the posterior rami.
There, the fibers decussate to form the medial lemniscus which carries the sensory information the rest of the way to the thalamus, the "gateway to the cortex".
The thalamus diverts some sensory information to the cerebellum and the basal nuclei to complete the motor feedback loop while some sensory information ascends directly to the postcentral gyrus of the parietal lobe of the brain via third-order neurons.
Sensory information for the pectoralis major is processed in the superior portion of the sensory homunculus, adjacent to the longitudinal fissure which divides the two hemispheres of the brain.
Electromyography suggests that it consists of at least six groups of muscle fibres that can be independently coordinated by the central nervous system.
This tendon consists of two laminae , placed one in front of the other, and usually blended together below:.
These deep fibers, and particularly those from the lower costal cartilages, ascend the higher, turning backward successively behind the superficial and upper ones, so that the tendon appears to be twisted.
The posterior lamina reaches higher on the humerus than the anterior one, and from it an expansion is given off which covers the intertubercular groove of the humerus and blends with the capsule of the shoulder-joint.
From the deepest fibers of this lamina at its insertion an expansion is given off which lines the intertubercular groove, while from the lower border of the tendon a third expansion passes downward to the fascia of the arm.
The more frequent variations include greater or less extent of attachment to the ribs and sternum , varying size of the abdominal part or its absence, greater or less extent of separation of sternocostal and clavicular parts, fusion of clavicular part with deltoid , and decussation in front of the sternum.
Deficiency or absence of the sternocostal part is not uncommon and more frequent than absence of the clavicular part.
This may accompany absence of the breast in females. The sternalis muscle may be a variant form of the pectoralis major or the rectus abdominis.
The pectoralis major has four actions which are primarily responsible for movement of the shoulder joint.
Secondly, it adducts the humerus, as when flapping the arms. Thirdly, it rotates the humerus medially, as occurs when arm-wrestling. Fourthly the pectoralis major is also responsible for keeping the arm attached to the trunk of the body.
The clavicular part is close to the deltoid muscle and contributes to flexion, horizontal adduction, and inward rotation of the humerus. When at an approximately degree angle, [ citation needed ] it contributes to adduction of the humerus.
The sternocostal part is antagonistic to the clavicular part contributing to downward and forward movement of the arm and inward rotation when accompanied by adduction.
The sternal fibers can also contribute to extension, but not beyond anatomical position. Hypertrophy of the pectoralis major increases functionality.
Maximal activation of the pectoralis major occurs in the transverse plane through pressing motions. Both multi-joint and single-joint exercises induce pectoralis major hypertrophy.
A combination of both single-joint and multi-joint exercises will result in a maximum hypertrophic response. The pectorals can be targeted from numerous training angles along the sternum and clavicle.
Heavy loads are strongly correlated with pectoralis major activation. Tears of the pectoralis major are rare and typically affect otherwise healthy individuals.
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