Ok, I have had a few bouts with inner elbow pain over the years. The most recent started in late November. While quite painful, particularly the first few balls I hit, I can get through and still play at a high level. I noticed while looking at my inner elbow of my playing arm that the bone on the inside is significantly larger and pokes out much more than on my non playing arm. (I am a one handed player) It is on and around this bone that I have pain when playing or if I press on it. I did a little research and read that calcification of the tendons can happen if the tendonititis gets bad enough. Anyone ever hear of this before? I mean my right arm is significantly larger anyway, but the way that bone sticks out further than the othe side seems odd, especially since that is the site of the pain I have.