Optima says MLB players who have suffered an injury in the past three months are at higher risk of returning to play baseball.
Optima predicts the likelihood of returning in the short term to baseball will be higher for players who were injured during the last three months.
Optimas results suggest that players who are at or below the minimum recovery level, and are not rehabbing, are more likely to return to play in the next three months than those who are in recovery, according to the company.
MLB players have been rehabbing since late September.
MLB announced it will not renew its contract with Optimal Resume for the rehabilitation program in March 2018.
A contract was signed in July 2016.
MLB, OptimalResume and other companies have been working together to develop a new program that is more effective at reducing injuries in baseball, which has a record 547 million injury cases annually, according the Major League Baseball Players Association.