Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Managing Postseason Injuries
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Managing Postseason Injuries

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

Managing injuries during the fantasy baseball postseason is a difficult but integral part of winning a championship. Making these decisions can be complicated by expanded rosters and team-driven choices based on contract eligibility and multiple other factors. However, claiming a title remains the primary reason for playing and moving on from an injured star must remain a realistic option. Let's take a look at a few players whose health status is currently in limbo.

Mookie Betts

Betts was forced out of Sunday's win over the Mets with what is being described as a "side" injury. The Boston outfielder was injured while making a throw to the plate. The team is optimistic he will be available for their game on Tuesday, and manager Alex Cora called the decision to remove Betts from the game as purely "precautionary."

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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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