As a fairly new fan to baseball back in the late 1970's and early 1980's I enjoyed watching pitchers like Kent Tekulve and Dan Quisenberry pitch with their submarine deliveries. At the time, I remember hearing that pitching that way is a more natural motion for the arm and shoulder, and would be less likely to cause injury.
Now, decades later I find myself coaching youth baseball. I considered teaching sidearm and even submarine delivery. However, other coaches have warned me that such deliveries can be harmful to young players. Is this true?