This article is part of our Fantasy Baseball Injury Report series.
Nine years ago I started selecting my MLB All-Scar teams as a way to retroactively look at the most impactful injuries of the season at the All-Star break. When last year's All-Star game was canceled the All-Scar distinctions were shelved too. Well I can happily report the All-Scar honors are back for their 10th anniversary with some noteworthy players making up the roster.
*Sidenote: Ironically the traditional gift for a 10th anniversary is something made of tin to resemble strength and durability.
AL: Mitch Garver
The Twins backstop suffered a few bumps and bruises, including a knee contusion, before suffering a particularly painful injury. Garver suffered a left "groin contusion" that required surgery to repair and has not played since early June. He, reportedly, is nearing a rehab assignment, but his prolonged absence was impactful.
NL: Travis d'Arnaud
The veteran catcher had emerged as a top option in a shallow position after a bounce-back campaign with the Braves. Unfortunately, injuries have once again become an issue, as he has played just 23 games due to a ligament tear in his thumb. The injury required surgery and will likely keep him out for at least four more weeks.
AL: Josh Naylor
American League first baseman have been remarkably healthy, which is why I had to get creative with this one. Naylor had made 15 starts at first base for Cleveland before he suffered a gruesome leg injury. The collision with teammate Ernie Clement left Naylor with multiple