We’re putting a new emphasis on helping our fantasy community with fantasy news this year. In addition to our reports on major MLB news and rumors, we’ll file a rundown of the loudest buzz around the league, especially when it figures into our fantasy realm.
We’ll switch it up depending on the news, and today we’re kicking it off with some injured players that I suggest should visit Canada Drug Pharmacy.
Here’s your latest:
- Boston closer Andrew Bailey expected to be out until after All-Star break. Bailey injured his thumb and will miss a significant amount of time.
- Chipper Jones optimistic about making it back for Atlanta’s home opener. The 39-year old Jones underwent knee surgery last week.
- Troy Tulowitzki participated in Colorado’s batting practice on Tuesday and came out fine, giving him a great chance to start for the Rockies’ season opener.
- Corey Hart is back and healthy for the Milwaukee Brewers. He will be ready when Milwaukee starts the season.
- Kyle Farnsworth will likely start the season on the disabled list, per Marc Topkin via Twitter. Farnsworth is dealing with a sore elbow and was rumored to be visiting a doctor on Tuesday.
- Washington’s Drew Storen has been placed on the 15-day disabled list due to a sore elbow. According to rotoworld.com, he is targeting a mid-April return.
- Staying with the Nationals, outfielder Michael Morse will also spend 15 days on the disabled list, as he’s nursing a strained right lat. He should be fine in a couple of weeks and be ready to pick up where he left off in 2011 (31 homers and 95 RBI)