After the game, I would just run poles with my teamates, but instead of jogging, I would sprint them out. Go slow-then build up speed, slow it down, then do it again. I, too, have never iced in my life.
One thing that bugged me while playing last summer is that my coach would have us run laps for awhile, or sets of poles-jog pace. I never understood why, but at the same time, I was still trying to relearn the game since I hadn't played in a few years due to a broken arm. Guess what happened? Our team was slow on the bases-hmm, wonder why... If we would have focused more on sprint based drills, like I used to do in little league, we would have been much better off! Instead, we didn't, and it showed!
yeah, I don't see the guys above doing too much sprinting. Although, let's face it, they have tree trunks.
Also, this may be a random question, but do you all think if Bartolo Colon slimmed down a little, he could prolong his career-still throw the same speed, and even get rid of some of the back pain he feels?