We will have to disagree on this one, I've seen different material on pitch maxs than 130, there certainly isn't a hard set proven number on the issue.
I'm always eager to read studies about pitch counts or pitch injuries or pitching mechanics, as I state in any pitching conversation on this site. So if you have a study or something you're leaning on for this, I'd love to read it.
And not to be snarky -- but I'd be surprised if a study has been done that analyzes the risk on world-class athletes in prime conditioning shape throwing 130+ pitches in April. My point -- why would you ever risk injury for a game in April?
But like I said, I'd love to read any studies that discuss pitch counts that high.
Edit: and I do agree there is no hard set proven number on this issue. Certainly. But why risk it in the gray area in April?