FantasyAlarm LITE has arrived! Get our premium email service FREE! Sign-Up Today!
Another week has gone by and more players find themselves in the infirmary. It is staggering how many injuries there have been thus far. If nothing else, this season has tested your ability to be creative, manipulate the waiver wire, and negotiate trades with your fellow league members. Gotta stay positive! So without further adieu, here is the next edition of the walking wounded.
In a season marred with significant injuries to big time players, it is refreshing to report some good news regarding the return of some of these players. If you have been able to tread water and withstand the loss of some of these players in your fantasy league, then getting them back will be equivalent to pulling off a blockbuster trade. So without further adieu, here is the next edition of the walking wounded.
After a very active and newsworthy weekend, I felt it was necessary to do an early week truncated edition of the Injury Report because there are some big names with some potentially big injuries impacting your fantasy baseball team. So without further adieu, here is the next edition of the walking wounded.
The injuries just keep piling up which is causing you fantasy baseball aficionados to earn your stripes by being creative and aggressive with the waiver wire and trades. This weekly list only details ten players whose health must be monitored, but honorable mention goes out to Geovany Soto and Allen Craig who are likely to land on the disabled list in short order. So without further adieu, here is the next edition of the walking wounded.
Who knew it was so dangerous to be a closer for a major league baseball team? Just about half of the teams in the league have switched closers either due to injury or ineffectiveness. In the past week, a couple more went down. Pretty soon, you could send your resume to your favorite team’s general manager because teams are running out of ninth inning options. So without further adieu, here is the next edition of the walking wounded.
Beware if you are a third baseman. They seem to be dropping like flies as some big names have gone down with serious injuries. Another week has gone by and more fantasy baseball rosters are in flux. This is why it is so important for you to scour the waiver wire and accumulate depth on your roster because injuries can happen at any time. So without further adieu, here is the next edition of the walking wounded.
Another week has gone by and more big names have gone down with some big injuries. This is what separates the men from the boys in fantasy baseball leagues. Everyone is susceptible to having injuries to key players, but the people that are successful are those who accumulate good roster depth and can creatively make trades or transactions to compensate for such losses. So without further adieu, here is the next edition of the walking wounded.
This past week saw some serious injuries to critical players which will undoubtedly have an impact on your fantasy baseball teams. Get the bandages and MRI machines because the injuries are racking up. So without further adieu, here is the next edition of the walking wounded.
The 2012 MLB season has officially begun with games being played in Japan between the Oakland A’s and Seattle Mariners. However, the real Opening Day is next week. Some teams have seen their fortunes greatly impacted with some recent catastrophic injuries. But more importantly…how does this affect your fantasy baseball team? So without further adieu, here is this week’s edition of the walking wounded.
Opening Day is right around the corner as teams start paring down their rosters, and players with numbers resembling wide receivers are getting fewer and far between. As always, injuries play a big factor in determining a player’s status in both real and fantasy baseball. This spring has had its fair share of injuries to significant players, so pay close attention because this could affect your upcoming fantasy baseball drafts. So without further adieu, here is this week’s edition of the walking wounded.