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The injuries just keep piling up which is causing you fantasy baseball aficionados to earn your stripes by being creative and aggressive with the waiver wire and trades. This weekly list only details ten players whose health must be monitored, but honorable mention goes out to Geovany Soto and Allen Craig who are likely to land on the disabled list in short order. So without further adieu, here is the next edition of the walking wounded.
Boy, the end is really creeping up fast, isn’t it? We’ve got two full weeks of baseball left and then a half week after that. All done on the 28th of September. Most head to head playoffs should have either wrapped this past week or are about to this week, so if you’re headed into championship week, good luck. Roto league players – you haven’t got much time left. You’re either hanging on for dear life or you’re plotting (read: hoping for) some late season surge to take over the top spot. Whichever way it is, staying on top of the latest injuries is paramount. Here’s a look at the latest news….
While everyone is caught up in the details and fallout from the MLB trade deadline, It's important to make sure you stay on top of all the latest injuries and the potential impact on your fantasy baseball lineups. Fortunately, since our last update, the injuries have been mild and the news to report isn't as devastating as it has been in the past. That doesn't mean you can ignore the day to day stuff as you never know when something considered minor can turn into something more. Here's a look at the recent injuries from over the weekend.
It’s only been a few days since the last Injury Report and already, there’s a full list of players joining the ranks of MLB’s walking wounded. That doesn’t bode well for fantasy owners who are going to have to spend a significant amount of time sifting through the free agents on the waiver wire, looking for quality replacement candidates. Obviously, some players are lost for longer periods of time, but even the most minor of injuries needs to have your attention as you never know when something minor can grow to something major. Bumps, bruises, breaks, sprains, and setbacks, we’ve got ‘em all here. Let’s get to it…