This article is part of our Fantasy Baseball Injury Report series.Injuries are an inherent part of fantasy baseball and if your roster is already littered with red marks and disabled list tags, now is not the time to panic. A majority of these injuries occurred in the early portions of the spring and all DL moves have been made retroactively. Some of these injured players will miss just a handful of games and due to breaks in the schedule some pitchers won't even miss a start.
The Dodgers pitcher will start the season on the 15-day DL but not for what many anticipated. Billingsley missed the end of last season after suffering a partial tear of his ulnar collateral ligament (UCL). He rehabbed throughout the offseason and entered Spring Training without an issue. A minor groin strain popped up in early March followed by a finger injury. Specifically, Billingsley suffered a bruised right index finger while attempting a bunt. The resulting pain and fingernail damage have limited his ability to deliver his cur
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