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Will Carroll is back with his industry-standard Team Health Reports. For eight years now, Will has kicked off the baseball season with a roster-by-roster evaluation of every regular in the majors, assigning them a color-coded grade based on his proprietary system for determining injury risk. Read by fantasy leaguers and major-league GMs alike, the Team Health Reports are the most comprehensive and well-researched look at injury risk you'll find, and they're exclusively at Baseball Prospectus.

Will Carroll is back with his industry-standard Team Health Reports. For eight years now, Will has kicked off the baseball season with a roster-by-roster evaluation of every regular in the majors, assigning them a color-coded grade based on his proprietary system for determining injury risk. Read by fantasy leaguers and major-league GMs alike, the Team Health Reports are the most comprehensive and well-researched look at injury risk you'll find, and they're exclusively at Baseball Prospectus.

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January 31, 2008 12:00 am

Team Health Reports: 2008 Introduction

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Will Carroll

The team health reports and Under the Knife return, with a fresh look and improvement in the underlying data.

It's that time again. Each year since coming to BP, I've done a pre-season health report. Last season, to switch things up a bit, I went from doing it on a team-by-team basis to doing it on a positional basis. We learned some interesting things by comparing players side by side, but we're going back to the Team Health Report because I believe that team health is an organic process. Injuries seem to feed on injuries, we learn about a team's strengths and weaknesses, and we can learn which teams might be held back by their health and which might surge.

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