Jeff Stotts suggests downgrading Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius in all formats and also to consider benching or dropping him in one-year leagues.
Jeff Stotts looks at a few players whose health status is currently in limbo, including Boston’s Mookie Betts who has what is being described as a “side” injury.
Jeff Stotts expects closer Kenley Jansen, who has missed time with a heart arrhythmia, will be back with the Dodgers for their series against Cincinnati.
Jeff Stotts explains that Salvador Perez’ sprained thumb is a good example of why expanded September rosters have a negative impact on fantasy teams.
The A’s lefty pitcher Sean Manaea is on the 10-day DL, which could have an impact on fantasy playoffs, and Jeff Stotts warns the missed time could stretch beyond that.
Jeff Stotts warns fantasy owners to be prepared for Yankees shortstop DiDi Gregorius to miss at least a few games after he was diagnosed with a heel contusion in his left foot.
With the fantasy postseason quickly approaching, Jeff Stotts is devoting his column to as many different players as possible, starting with Astros second baseman Jose Altuve.
Astros players keep popping up on Jeff Stotts’ report, including outfielder George Springer, who hit the DL with an injured thumb.
Jeff Stotts discusses the injuries of Astros’ star infielders, Carlos Correa, who’s targeted to return in early August, and Jose Altuve who just went on the DL with knee soreness.
In one of the more unusual ailments Jeff Stotts has seen, Noah Syndergaard contracted contagious hand, foot and mouth disease and will miss a week or more.
Jeff Stotts reveals his annual All-Scar Team, headlined by the fragile Byron Buxton, who might be the All-Scar MVP this season.
More than one player missed time last week with injuries stemming from a stray foul ball or pitch, including Red Sox outfielder J.D. Martinez, who's expected to start Monday.
Jeff Stotts recommends steering clear of injury prone Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes, who’s spent the last two months rehabbing a strained right hip flexor and quad.
When it comes to injury management, Jeff Stotts suggests giving a formerly injured player, like Ronald Acuna, who will soon to be activated from the DL, time to acclimate before reinserting him into a lineup.
Jeff Stotts says that a new treatment and a tweak to Rich Hill’s mechanics have the Dodgers encouraged about a long-lasting return from the DL for chronic blister problems.
Jeff Stotts notes that after he initially was placed on the 10-day DL, Angel’s star Shohei Ohtani was diagnosed with a Grade 2 UCL sprain, which ultimately could mean Tommy John surgery.
Los Angeles’ star pitcher Clayton Kershaw will miss at least a month while healing from inflammation in his back – his fourth time battling a back injury.
Jeff Stotts notes pitcher Yu Darvish is dealing with triceps tendinitis, and the Cubs are taking a proactive approach to the injury by keeping him out for at least one start.
Jeff Stotts explains that Dodger pitcher Rich Hill won’t pitch for at least four weeks while he attempts to heal from an ongoing blister problem.
Dodger ace Clayton Kershaw has been placed on the 10-day DL, and Jeff Stotts notes the Dodgers often take a conservative approach to Kershaw’s health, so his DL stint could be extended.
As MLB sees an influx of hamstring injuries, including Texas third baseman Adrian Beltre’s recent strain, Jeff Stotts reviews the ins and outs of this type of injury and how it affects players.
Jeff Stotts reviews MLB’s mandated concussion protocol after Kris Bryant was injured with a fastball to the helmet in a game over the weekend.
Jeff Stotts says Rangers Elvis Andrus’ long streak of games played without a visit to the DL has ended, as Andrus will be out at least six weeks after fracturing his olecranon process.
Brewers closer Corey Knebel will be out four to six weeks with a hamstring strain to his lead leg. Jeff Stotts advises that even when he returns, Knebel should be monitored closely.
Jeff Stotts explains Delino DeShields' fractured hamate bone and subsequent DL time will have a trickle-down effect on the Rangers' lineup, impacting several players.
Both Madison Bumgarner and Jeff Samardzija will miss Opening Day. Bumgarner will be out at least until June and Samardzija’s timeline is six to eight weeks.
Jeff Stotts examines some of the most notable player injuries as Opening Day approaches, including Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner, who seems to have put his AC sprain behind him.
Detroit first baseman Miguel Cabrera will see limited action in the Tigers’ final six games and will need to determine whether to have surgery in the offseason.
Jeff Stotts says that Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta, who’s been out with a hamstring injury, completed a bullpen session Saturday and is inching toward a return.
Jeff Stotts describes pitcher Jake Arrieta’s hamstring injury, which caused at least one missed start for the Cubs and might result in at least one more.