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.
How do real-life teams match up in fantasy land?
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.
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 Diamondbacks made their injuries count in 2010, but can they avoid catching the surgery bug this season?
The Pirates inflict plenty of pain on their fan base, but injuries can’t be blamed for keeping them from contention.
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.