Keeping the starting rotation out of slings and bandages will be just one of the major assignments in LA.
The AL pennant winners had to get there while getting patched up, but will the training staff repeat last season’s success?
Few match the Brew Crew when it comes to keeping their players ready to go.
Will the Bombers get bombed in the trainer’s room, or will they be able to go after the AL East with full force?
One of the best medical teams in baseball will be challenged by an aging roster that will put them to the test.
The few viable options are accompanied by some aging players right out of an ER waiting room that will test the organization’s talented medical team.
Can Barry Weinberg’s staff keep a veteran crew in working order after several long rehabs and repairs?
Learning how to keep the kids healthy down in Chavez Ravine.
Can the Rangers keep enough cogs in the lineup and on the pitching staff healthy enough for long enough to make some noise out west?
Despite persistent questions about three-quarters of the infield, the staff ace, and more, will this be the year we see substantial progress in the East Bay?
Will the Motor City Kitties fire on all pistons, or will they continue to run hot and cold as far as staying in working order?
Their chances of contending may hinge upon a great deal of very good work by their medical team.
Picked by some to contend, will the Bonds-less ambitions of the Giants be realized, or will their veteran add-ons crowd the trainer’s room?
Getting Gorzo going might be the biggest challenge, but the Pirates’ training staff has a track record for turnarounds.
With question marks regarding a few key players, the challenge for the Mariners will be to see how well they keep them in action.
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?