Duchscherer goes down, Bailey, Polanco, and Lidge hear echoes of injuries past, and the “big risk” jinx rolls on.
The Orioles’ health came together late last season, but can it be preserved from the start in 2011?
Can the Phillies count on their killer rotation to hold up over the long haul?
Some Jays players got overly attached to the DL in 2010, but new faces may bring greater health this season.
Chipper’s forecasting namesake meets its maker, and it doesn’t like his chances.
Is the majors’ most injury-averse team of 2010 primed for another year of good health?
CHIPPER isn’t feeling chipper about the Mets’ chances of avoiding injury, but given their recent history, that comes as little surprise.
Could this be the season that Hanley goes down for an extended period, taking the Marlins’ hopes of contending with him?
Can the Bombers count on keeping their regulars in uniform? Our newly enhanced injury projections know the score.
Another NL Central ace gets disabled, the Mets gaze anxiously at Carlos Beltran’s latest bum knee, and the rest of the injury news from around the league.
The Nationals have failed to be healthy for most of their existence in Washington; have they started to reverse that trend?
Domonic Brown goes down, Cameron Maybin hits a wall, and Neftali Feliz gets a lucky non-break.
We start off our series of team-level health risk assessments with a look at one of last year’s most injury-prone squads.
In which Castro the Astro is overthrown, more players are elbowed out, and Ubaldo doesn’t listen to his mother.
A day without catastrophic trauma allows our injury analyst to discuss the lower half at length.