Each year, it seems that the Cubs’ chances are intimately linked with the health of their rotation. 2006 is no different.
Last year the Dodgers lost a gazillion dollars to the DL, and had 1,493 different lineups to try and compensate. What are the odds 2006 is even a slight repeat?
Can the Sox’s mix of steady Eddies and big risks give Boston another playoff team?
Ponder these guys, take a chance, spend a buck, and reap big rewards at the back end of your league’s draft or auction.
With nary a red light in sight, and with some young stud pitchers coming up, do the Tigers have what it takes to make a run in the AL Central?
If the Braves want to keep their 200-year run of dominance going, they’ll have to keep their players healthy.
Injuries didn’t hold the Cardinals back last year, but they’ll need to stay healthy in 2006.
With all sorts of mix-and-match options, how much will injuries affect the Astros’ lineup choices?
Jonah reports on the AL LABR draft, hoping that the Player Forecast Manager can help him avoid some of last year’s more memorable mistakes.
The Blue Jays have revamped their lineup for the upcoming season. Are they going to stay healthy?
Welcome to the team with healthy pitchers but question marks in the lineup. Nobody said defending all the marbles would be as easy as winning them.
Will delves into the issue of how you tell one Fish from the other when you’re looking at the whole school.
Jeff now turns his attention to two offensive job battles where a savvy owner can find some value later in the season.
Now that they’re under new management, can the Reds look forward to being a little healthier than they were last year?
The Mariners don’t have the best track record with young pitchers. Will 2006 be any different?