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It has been another brutal week in terms of fantasy baseball injuries. At this point, your roster is probably in total chaos and the waiver wire has slim pickings. So without further adieu, here is the Week 11 edition of the Walking Wounded.
Another week and another slew of injuries. This week’s list contains some repeat offenders which means that you should have already been on notice of how susceptible they are to injury. Sure, anyone can sustain a freak injury. But there are some players that have a history of maladies which makes them inherent risks to draft and rely upon thereafter. Basically, you assumed the risk when you drafted some of these guys. Don’t blame them…blame yourselves. So without further adieu, here is the Week 5 edition of the Walking Wounded.
With pitchers and catchers reporting to camp, spring training is officially underway. As you prepare for your fantasy baseball draft, it is imperative that you closely monitor the status of players who are coming back from injuries. Fortunately, it looks as if J.D. Drew is going to retire from baseball which should save all fantasy baseball writers several hours of their lives from writing about his frequent and bizarre injuries. Hopefully he doesn’t strain his larynx when he officially makes an announcement. That being said, here is a look at some players dealing with injuries and recoveries.
It's getting harder and harder to keep up with all of the injuries happening around the league these days. It seems like almost every player has some sort of nagging symptoms that keep them out of the lineup for days on end. This is the place to come however for the most up to date and detailed fantasy baseball injury updates. Tonight we will talk about some impact players that are on their way back to the starting lineup and also a few players who won't be on the field anytime soon. Let's get down to business.
There are plenty of pitchers who have their status for opening day up in the air or who will not be ready at all. Luckily for all of them, they have avoided serious injuries at this time. Ozzie Guillen has voiced his frustrations while the Brewers and the Bluejays hope their young guns have avoided some real scares. A gnarly bearded closer insists he will be ready while a japanese import hopes that he still will show enough to be the closer. All in this edition of the fantasy alarm injury update.