December 6, 2013
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About Chris NeaultChris holds a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. He is a licensed Sports Physical Therapist who has been in practice since 2003. He started The Disabled List Informer, a site for discussing and analyzing injuries as they pertain to fantasy baseball. Originally from Maine - and now residing in Florida - he is a lifelong Red Sox fan, growing up rooting for the likes of Nick Esasky, Mike Greenwell, and Phil Plantier. When not playing fantasy sports, he can be found playing ice/roller hockey, softball, fishing, and spending time with his chocolate lab, Neely.
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Will Carlos Quentin's injury factor into his 2009 fantasy baseball production, or was '08 a fluke?
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.
The hitting coach for the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Blue Jays), talks to THT's Chris Neault about his teaching philosophy and the prospects he's seen.
The worse-than-expected early season production of the San Diego right hander
What PITCHf/x can tell us about their problems
When your fantasy players get hurt, you do have options.
What is taking him out of the game?
The remarkable, but inevitable, resurgence of David Ortiz.
Possible reasons for Erik Bedard's recurring left hip pain.
K-Rod's ankle injury, how it might affect his performance, and why he is susceptible to injury of his pitching arm.
A summary of Nick Johnson's injury history, and what kind of production to expect from him in 2008.
His pitching mechanics, and why he is likely to spend a great deal of time on the DL in 2008 and beyond.
Here are some noteworthy player injuries that you should know about for your 2008 fantasy baseball draft.