Finding Dynasty Value – Injury Outlooks
As the season rolls around, let’s examine the recent Salvador Perez injury, Miguel Sano’s foot wound, and a few forgotten players who may bring value in ’19.
Episode 57 – The Doctor Is In (Off-season Injury Considerations w/ Dr. Mike!)
Episode 57: The Doctor Is In! Producer’s note: This is one of the most interesting fantasy baseball podcasts I have ever heard! On today’s episode, our fearless fantasy gurus analyze and discuss some of the most notable injuries with Dr. Mike Tanner! Dr. Tanner has treated patients with orthopedic injuries for
Medical Corner – Trevor Bauer, James Paxton, Aaron Judge, and Jose Altuve
Bauer will out longer than most expect. Why I’m worried for James Paxton’s UCL despite positive reports. Aaron Judge isn’t close and Jose Altuve may be in/out of the lineup for the rest of the season.
ULC pitcher check-in and Dynasty Risers/Fallers
Let’s check in with some of the pitchers that have been rehabbing from the dreaded UCL injuries, as well as checking in on some other injury risers and fallers.
Injury Update – Top Dynasty Prospects
Vlad Guerrero Jr. Jumper’s knee, also described as a strained patellar tendon, is a fairly common injury. The Blue Jays are resting him for one month. The damage is minor and is the type of injury most players would grind through during close wildcard battles. He’s 19, and this feels
The Dynasty Dilemma of Julio Urias
The History Urias made his major league debut as a 19-year-old and posted a 3.39 ERA across 23 1/3 innings with over a strikeout per inning in 2016. The following season he found himself back in AAA after a rocky start to 2017 in the big-league rotation. After a few
Exploiting Injuries to Build a Dynasty Monster
Injuries are a part of fantasy that everyone anticipates. But they’re not always handled in the best ways by every owner. Today, I’d like to talk about how you can use this mishandling of player injuries to your advantage.
Ronald Acuna Injury Analysis
Acuna’s signaled the “safe” to the ump after trying to beat out an infield single. Then disaster struck. His left cleat caught and his left knee awkwardly bent as depicted below: Here’s the good news. When an athlete tears their ACL there is almost a universal reaction, not 100% percent
Injury Outlook- It’s Time to Sell Kershaw; Senzel Concerns
Clayton Kershaw The biceps tendonitis that led to Kershaw’s DL placement has nothing to do with this article. In fact, I believe the Dodgers are using the DL to give him a breather. Such an injury would usually warrant rest, not a clean MRI & resuming throwing the next day
Injury Report – Dynasty Implications: Danny Salazar, Carlos Rodon, Kevin Kiermaier, and Steven Matz
Dismissed from the Doctor’s office – Players I am giving up on Danny Salazar The first report of problems came in February when it was divulged that Salazar experienced shoulder pain in January. He has progressed as planned through a throwing program but has only increased his pitch-count to 20