With Carlos Quentin booked for surgery, who should the Padres turn to?
The Royals’ bullpen suffers a couple of blows, and the pain around the rest of the league is plentiful.
The punches keep on coming for the Mets, while other players deal with various sprains, bruises, and soreness.
Sprains, soreness, and surgeries abound in the latest spring action.
Neftali Feliz, Daniel Bard, Chris Sale, Aroldis Chapman, and Aaron Crow are all bidding farewell to the bullpen this spring. Are their teams making the right move, and which convert has the best chance of success?
The Cardinals try to get through spring training with both aces intact despite Chris Carpenter’s bulging disc, Kenley Jansen listens to his heartbeat and doesn’t like what he hears, and Giancarlo Stanton and Nolan Reimold lose battles with balls.
David Robertson battles a staircase while other players nurse their respective wounds.
Pitchers continue to get injured while batting, so should baseball continue to require NL pitchers to hit?
The Mets’ injury parade drags on, while the Brew Crew might lose an important hitter for the start of the season.
We take a look at some of the most injury-prone players over the past decade, starting with Chris Snelling.
What if you could only place two players at a time on the disabled list? The history, inside.
Of the million things Cubs fans can blame when they look back on why 2003 wasn’t the year they finally won the World Series, health won’t be one of them.
Between a careful analysis of what data is available, the creative use of proxy variables in estimating injuries throughout time, and the application of some principles of sports medicine, we are at least in a position to make some educated guesses about the nature of pitcher injuries. Our particular focus in this article will be the progression of pitcher injury rates by age.
The Cardinals and Padres will start the season without their closers. Here’s a look at the injuries.