Justin Verlander’s no-no may mean hard times ahead, Nelson Cruz has more leg problems, Marco Scutaro tries not to get Pipped, and a pair of pitchers get disabled.
Eric Chavez and Nyjer Morgan can’t bear to be off the DL, Brandon Lyon gets cuffed around, and a trio of pitchers face elbow injuries.
Welcome Eric Hosmer to the bigs, say no to a certain National, and multiple ways to replace your gimpy third baseman
Ben Zobrist, Justin Smoak, and Curtis Granderson all look to have retained their luster in 2011. Can you trust that this AL threesome isn’t fool’s gold?
Ryan Zimmerman starts healing, Phil Hughes goes back to the drawing board, Zach Braddock can’t get to sleep, and David Freese becomes a metal man.
Three Triple-A first basemen with struggling major-league counterparts may be worth a look sooner than later.
Pablo Sandoval and David Freese suffer fractures, Ryan Zimmerman’s return isn’t close, and Carlos Lee hopes his bruised baby back ribs ribs aren’t broken.
Marc isn’t buying everything the waiver wire is selling, but there are a few potential gems here worth unearthing.
Phil Hughes faces the prospect of season-ending surgery, Marc DeRosa’s wrist acts up again, Casey Blake’s elbow is infected, and Darren O’Day finds that it’s hip to have tears.
Erick Almonte becomes a 7-day DL pioneer, Albert Pujols hamstrings it up, and Phil Hughes’ arm still hasn’t come back to life.
The Curse of the Phillies Closer strikes again, Neftali has reason not to be Feliz, and Franklin Gutierrez is diagnosed as irritable.
Three top Triple-A outfield prospects could all see the bigs this year, but can they help your fantasy squad?
If Jed Lowrie is already snapped up in your league, here are some other names who could help, and some that won’t.
Logan Morrison commits a foot fault, Geoff Blum’s knee resists diagnosis, and Eric Hurley joins the concussion roll call.
Running the numbers with the aid of the injury database to determine how players who suffer concussions perform after returning to the field.