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As I started writing about Alex Rodriguez on this week’s Injury Report, I received a voicemail from Yankees’ general manager Brian Cashman telling me to shut the f*** up. Ok that didn’t really happen, but A-Rod is included in the Week 14 edition of the Walking Wounded.
When pondering what mixed emotions feel like, consider this week in fantasy baseball. Once again, there are several impact players that have succumbed to injuries. But, there are also several players on the mend and starting rehab assignments or already are set to return this week. So without further adieu, here is the Week 12 edition of the Walking Wounded.
It has been another brutal week in terms of fantasy baseball injuries. At this point, your roster is probably in total chaos and the waiver wire has slim pickings. So without further adieu, here is the Week 11 edition of the Walking Wounded.
With Memorial Day now in the rearview mirror, we are officially deep into baseball season. The time to evaluate your fantasy team has arrived and to start making the necessary moves to position yourselves for the stretch run. Of course, a big part of that strategy is how to cope with injuries which continue to mount. So without further adieu, here is the Week 9 edition of the Walking Wounded.
It has been a miserable year for pitching thus far as several big names have struggled mightily. Compounding that problem is the fact that so many pitchers have been dealing with injuries. This week is no different. It is clear that you will have to be very creative if you want to remain competitive in the pitching categories because there is very little depth available in the free agent pool. So without further adieu, here is the Week 7 edition of the Walking Wounded.
Well, it was another eventful week in the world of fantasy baseball injuries. At this point you should be focusing on acquiring depth on your roster because the injuries continue to pile up. The revolving door of closers continues to spin, so you need to pay close attention to which pitchers are most likely to see save opportunities in the foreseeable future. So without further adieu, here is the Week 6 edition of the Walking Wounded.
Another week and another slew of injuries. This week’s list contains some repeat offenders which means that you should have already been on notice of how susceptible they are to injury. Sure, anyone can sustain a freak injury. But there are some players that have a history of maladies which makes them inherent risks to draft and rely upon thereafter. Basically, you assumed the risk when you drafted some of these guys. Don’t blame them…blame yourselves. So without further adieu, here is the Week 5 edition of the Walking Wounded.
After a traumatic few weeks with serious injuries to several star players, we have returned to some semblance of normalcy in the fantasy baseball universe. That isn’t to say that your teams aren’t impacted by the newest rash of injuries and the implications they bring. But that is the beauty of fantasy baseball. Everyone is subject to the same risk of their players’ health betraying them. But those who can compensate for injuries are the ones who will ultimately set themselves apart from the rest of the competition. So without further adieu, here is the Week 4 edition of the Walking Wounded.
It seems fitting that the 50th anniversary of General Hospital just passed because the fantasy baseball world has become an infirmary. Thousands of fantasy baseball teams saw some of their star players go down with devastating injuries during Week 2. Even though it is still very early in the season, you need to be aggressive when trying to compensate for the loss of some of your players who may be out for quite some time. You must scour the waiver wire religiously and be persistent when trying to make trades. So without further adieu, here is the Week 3 edition of the Walking Wounded.
One week is in the books as we start Week 2 of the fantasy baseball season. It hasn’t taken long for impact players to sustain injuries that will affect your teams in both the short and long-term. Amazingly, this week’s Injury Report does not contain a New York Yankee, so that is good news for those of you relying on the backup Bronx Bombers. So without further adieu, here is the Week 2 edition of the Walking Wounded.