Staying healthier helped the Padres achieve their surprising success in 2010, but will they fall back into old habits this season?
The Mariners’ past failures can be blamed on their bats, but their quest to recover respectability depends heavily on their health.
Do injuries pose a mile-high risk to the Rockies?
The Pirates inflict plenty of pain on their fan base, but injuries can’t be blamed for keeping them from contention.
The Diamondbacks made their injuries count in 2010, but can they avoid catching the surgery bug this season?
Since health is a skill, we can’t call the Astros completely untalented.
Cleveland’s pitching has its health, which is more than the team’s position players can say.
Chase Utley’s knee shows some improvement but remains in need of further healing, and as spring training winds down, pitchers and catchers contort.
There’s plenty of green on this staff, but good pitching doesn’t always accompany good health.
The Reds have discovered that youth movements keep the doctor away, but a few older players remain to earn CHIPPER’s ire.
With Adam Wainwright already out for the season, what kind of health can the Cardinals expect from the rest of their roster?
Detroit’s old injury risks are joined by a few new ones in 2011.
Aging position players elevate the Cubs’ risk, but their recent track record bodes well.
CHIPPER meets MLB’s healthiest team, which results in plenty of green.
The Twins will depend on both Mauer and Morneau to reclaim the Central title, but CHIPPER’s prognosis is negative.