2024 Off-season and pre-season injuries

Credit for the Worry-O-Meter goes to Dr. Jim Ferretti (Twitter: @TFSDoc):

     1 – “No problemo”
     2 – “I’ll be back”
     3 – “I (might) be back”
     4 – “I (probably won’t) be back”
     5 – “Hasta la vista, baby”

As usual, we have a number of injuries that carried over from 2023, as well as some off-season stuff that cropped up. We’ll also take a look at a few spring training injuries, though we’ll be covering spring training more in depth in a couple of weeks.

We'll have updates on March 15 and 22, in time for weekend drafts. Our regular, thrice-weekly coverage will kick off on March 27.

Let’s get right to it.

Ronald Acuña (OF, ATL): It’s not at all unusual to have complications...

Almost!

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