My 9 y.o. son pitched his first game of this season yesterday. He threw 47 pitches over 3 innings, allowed 2 hits, walked 2, struck out 5. He said he had no arm soreness but I noticed during the game, more toward the later part and after his outing, he kept moving his wrist. I asked him about it. He said his wrist was sore from snapping it while pitching. We throw a lot together and this is the first I heard of him having pain. I apologize if this sounds stupid. But are you supposed to snap your wrist and if so is this pain normal? He threw very hard, probably the hardest I’ve seen him pitch and again he is small framed. He said it was fine today though we haven’t thrown yet.
Thank you for your time