A broken nasal bone (the vomer bone) will often cause a nasal deviation. Trauma to the face is very common resulting in a bleeding
nose. Chances are that your nose are not broken. However, even if it were broken, the alignment is appropriate to you and you do not have any breathing problems from soft tissue swelling so there is typically nothing that needs to be done medically. The treatment for broken bones is immobilization and rest. For the nose that is already in good alignment there are not any other methods to keep it more aligned or more immobilized. It is best to avoid all contact sports that would reinjure your nose until it is completely healed, which typically takes about 6-8 weeks. If you must keep on playing baseball during this time, you may need to get a face-shield. Many professional athletes use these face-shields so that they can continue to play. They are typically made of fiberglass that is specifically designed for your own face. That being said, the bone in the face is very thin and many are quite fragile. They are quite easy to break in falls. Sometimes a nasal fracture
is accompanied by other facial bone fractures which are important to ensure appropriate care. You should consult a primary care physician
who can examine and may order appropriate imaging if warranted.