The implications of the right knee surgery of Carlos Beltran for the 2010 fantasy baseball season.
Four outfielders who can help your fantasy baseball team in the second half.
Fantasy implications for some big-name closers who are dealing with injuries this week.
Young Marlins pitching staff leads the way in ’09.
Alex Rodriguez, his hip surgery, and what it means for fantasy baseball managers in 2009.
The recent news that the Colorado pitcher may have surgery on his left shoulder has fantasy owners wondering what to expect for 2009.
Unexpectedly, the St. Louis Cardinals announced yesterday that starting third baseman Troy Glaus underwent right shoulder surgery on Wednesday. Initial reports had said that it was a debridement of his labrum, though it is now being reported that it was not the labrum – rather, it was a debridement of a muscle. He is expected […]
What kind of production to expect from Brad Penny, Carl Pavano and Milton Bradley in 2009.
There are rumblings out of Atlanta that the John Smoltz era may soon be coming to an end. Multiple sources have the Red Sox as the high bidders for his services. After undergoing right shoulder surgery that was widely thought to be a sure thing to end his magnificent career, Smoltz is apparently on the […]
Will Carlos Quentin’s injury factor into his 2009 fantasy baseball production, or was ’08 a fluke?
Here is an excellent article by Bill Conlin over at Philly.com, talking about the hip injury of Chase Utley. Needless to say, Utley was likely playing through pain during most, if not all of the season. Just another reason why he is one of my favorite players of all-time.
Chase Utley’s hip injury, and what it means for fantasy baseball managers in 2009.
The injury history of the St. Louis right hander, and what it means for fantasy managers in 2009.
Red Sox injuries and what they means for fantasy baseball owners in 2009.
What’s wrong with Troy Percival, and what to expect from the Rays bullpen in 2009.
Updates on Albert Pujols, Ben Sheets, Travis Hafner and Mike Lowell.
The Cardinals ace is set for surgery on his right arm to decompress a nerve.
A recap of some recently injured players who should be able to help fantasy baseball owners down the stretch run.
On the DL for the second time this season, Padres starting pitcher Chris Young is now dealing with a strained right forearm. You have to wonder if this very condition was bothering him earlier in the ’08 season, as his production was down across the board from a Sabermetrics standpoint as well as a PITCHf/x […]
In the bottom of the sixth inning in tonight’s matchup with the Cubs, Chris Carpenter exited the game following an erratic fastball to Jim Edmonds. After being attended to by the training staff, he pointed to the posterior aspect of his right shoulder and immediately exited the game. This could spell trouble for Carpenter’s 2008 […]