2017 Fantasy Baseball: Spring Training Injury Report, March 12

By on March 12, 2017
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Well, outside of an addition or two, there has not been many changes to the injury report.

Typically, we will not see legitimate updates in terms of their opening day status until later in Spring Training.

As Spring Training gets in high gear and Fantasy drafts start taking place, it is vital to know who is injured and how long they will be out. Especially before you start your draft.

The injury report will detail the injury, when you can expect them to return and other important information.

The injury report will not include players that will miss the entire 2017 Fantasy Baseball season. I will also not be discussing players that have nicks and bruises that are out a game or two, but will be ready for opening day.

Well, let’s get to it shall we.

Spring Training Injury Report, March 12

 

PlayerPOSTeamInjuryAvailabilityNotes
Albert Pujols DHAngelsRT Foot Surgery, Dec 2016Probable Opening DayActive in grapefruit games (as of Mar 11)
Wilson RamosCRaysRT Knee Surgery Oct 2016Possibly MayPossible return as DH in May. No timetable to start catching (as of Mar 11)
Josh Bell1BPiratesLT Knee Surgey Feb 2017Probable Opening DayActive in Spring Training action (as of Mar 11)
Jason Kipnis2BIndiansStrained Rotator CuffLikely Opening DayActive in Spring Training action (as of Mar 11)
Devon Travis2BBue JaysRT Knee Surgery Nov 2016Probable Opening DayTaking batting practice (as of Mar 7)
David Wright3BMetsRT Shoulder ImpingementQuestionable Opening DayNot exected to throw for another few weeks (as of Mar 11)
Matt Duffy3BRaysLT Heel Surgery Sept 2016Probable Opening DayStill not ready to take grounders (as of Mar 11)
Preston TuckerOFAstrosLT Shoulder Surgery, Sept 2016Probable Opening DayHitting, but no defensive play (as of Mar 6)
Michael BrantleyOFIndiansRT Nicep Surgery, Aug 2016Probable Opening DaySimulated game (as of Mar 10)
David DahlOFRockiesStress Reaction in Sixth RibProbable Opening DayExpected eval in one week (as of Mar 11)
Jeff LockeSPMarlinsLT Bicep TendinitisProbable Opening DayTaking part on a throwing program (as of Mar 10)
Zach WheelerSPMetsTommy John Surgery Mar 2015Probable Opening DayThrew two live innings (as of Mar 11)
Max ScherzerSPNationalsStress Fracture RT ring finger/knuckleProbable Opening DayThrew BP Mar 7. Expected to throw BP Mar 12 ( as of Mar 11)
Chris TillmanSPOriolesRT Shoulder Possibly early AprilThrew bullpn session Mar 11 (as of Mar 11)
Carter CappsSPPadresTommy John Surgery Mar 2016Probable Opening DayThrew live BP Feb 28. Expect first start mid-Mar (as of Mar 11)
Tyson RossSPRangersRib Surgery Oct 2016Possibly MayThrew 20-pitch bullpen session Mar 9 (as of Mar 11)
David PriceSPRed SoxLT Forearm/Elbow SorenessPossibly AprilThre 25 pitches in batting cage (as of Mar 11)
Homer BaileySPRedsRT Elbow Sugery Feb 2017Possibly June60-Day DL Feb 14. Expect to resume throwing end of Mar (as of Mar 11)
Anthony DeSclafaniSPRedsRT Elbow TendernessPossibly early AprilThrew bullpen session Mar 7 (as of Mar 11)
Sonny GraySPA'sModerate Lat StrainPossibly AprilShutdown for 3-weeks (as of Mar 9)
Huston StreetRPAngelsRT Lat StrainProbable Opening DayStreet is on the shelf for 3-4 weeks (as of Mar 4)
Steve CishekRPMarinersHip Surgery, Oct 16Early-Mid 2017Played catch for three consecutive days (as of Mar 10)
Glen PerkinsRPTwinsLT Shoulder SorenessProbable Opening DayThrew fourth bullpen session Mar 2 (as of Mar 11)

 

Injury Notes

  • Albert Pujols’ participated in his first game of the spring, he went 0-for-2
  • Josh Bell hs participated in three spring games and has four Ks and two BBs over seven ABs
  • Jason Kipnis has not started two games and has gone 0-for-5
  • Zack Wheeler has made one start and has allowed two hits on two and a solo HR

Be sure and check back next week as I provide updates to the aforementioned players as well as likely add a few more names.

 

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