Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Ready for Opening Day?
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Ready for Opening Day?

This article is part of our Fantasy Baseball Injury Report series.

Detailing injuries entering spring training can be difficult. If you listen to the players, everyone is feeling 100 percent and right on track. Recovering pitchers always seem to be ahead of schedule, while others convey a sense of invincibility. However, things quickly change as the spring progresses and actual baseball begins. Let's start the year by examining the players I initially profiled and see where they stand with Opening Day less than two weeks away.

Aaron Judge
Judge underwent a shoulder debridement surgery during the offseason to remove loose bodies and clean up damaged cartilage within the joint. Judge targeted Opening Day from the get-go, and the Yankees wisely eased him into the fold. He recently reported that there has been no lingering soreness in the area. Still, New York will carefully manage his workload, especially in the field, to insure he remains healthy for the long-term. Look for him to...

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jeff Stotts
Jeff Stotts works as a Certified Athletic Trainer (MAT, ATC, PES, CES). He won the 2011 Best Fantasy Football Article in Print from the Fantasy Sports Trade Association.
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