Julio Urias might need just a little more stretching in the minors before the Dodgers promote him. Bradley Zimmer can’t stay stuck in the minors forever. Get ready to ride the Reynaldo Lopez train!
He’s getting playing time with the Rockies because of Ian Desmond’s injury, and some of the early statistical indicators are encouraging, but what should fantasy owners do in the short- and long-term regarding the free-swinging slugger?
Fantasy prospects who were hiding in plain sight all along!
Rookie outfielder Jacob May has at least until May to produce for the rebuilding White Sox. Keep an eye on him and these other possible fantasy replacement parts.
A study focuses on 26 pitchers who underwent revision Tommy John surgery.
What to take from Jeff Passan’s excellent new book, The Arm.
Why baseball isn’t so convenient an alternative to football’s head trauma risks.
These players have spent considerable time licking their wounds of late, but they could pay off in the coming season.
Should there be a rule change to minimize injuries from takeout slides?
Greg Bird and Jorge Polanco are up, David Dahl is rehabbing, and more prospect news for the week.
Sizing up the arms getting ready to return from the DL.
Exploring the effects of concussions and the implications of the seven-day disabled list.
It has been a busy week for Tommy John hand-wringing. The problem isn’t that implementing solutions will be challenging, but that those solutions don’t exist.
PITCHf/x data is able to make a significant contribution to injury prediction.
Can we figure out which teams are best at preventing injuries?
Are injury prone players actually prone to injuries?