Running the numbers with the aid of the injury database to determine how players who suffer concussions perform after returning to the field.
Moylan’s back is bulging, Martinez comes back too quickly, Braden proves they do suffer from shoulder stiffness in the 209, and the Cardinals take one step forward and two steps back.
Exploring the effects of concussions and the implications of the seven-day disabled list.
Grady Sizemore returns, Barry Zito is introduced to the DL, and a quartet of backs act up.
Joe Mauer’s season could be in serious danger, Aroldis Chapman is dealing with arm pain, and the Yankees bullpen is frayed around the edges.
Josh Hamilton and Rafael Furcal suffer their latest in a long line of injuries, while Ryan Zimmerman shows more signs of strain.
Two AL shortstops go down with oblique injuries, Kevin Slowey is hurt yet again, and the Angels can’t stop the bleeding.
Cashner gets disabled, Dunn gets an appendectomy, and Escobar becomes the first potential visitor to the 7-day DL.
Guthrie develops pneumonia, Carlos Pena gets an owwie on his thumb, and Andrew Cashner exits his Tuesday start early.
Cardinals and Orioles get their wings clipped, Mike Stanton takes it easy, and concern over Phil Hughes’ velocity builds.
The Dodgers’ injury fortunes improved in 2010, but there’s little green in their lineup.
A rash of injuries helped sink the Angels below .500 last season, but a greenlit rotation offers hope for a rebound.
Does Billy Beane’s sh*t work in the trainer’s room?
The defending champs may owe their rings to a lack of injuries.
Bronson Arroyo gets caught kissing, Brad Lidge becomes the latest fallen Phillie, and MLB strikes a blow against concussions.
Everything is bigger in Texas, including the Rangers’ total days lost and days missed per injury.