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Alex Cobb (SP)

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Sports Injury Alert | Apr 21st, 6:15pm
The Tampa Bay Rays will take a much needed breather today with their second day off of the season and first in ten days.  They'll host the Minnesota Twins for a three-game set starting tomorrow before leaving on a 10-game road trip.  The Rays have had a host of injuries this season with some truly devastating ones to boot.  We have a lot of updates today, let's go over all of them.Matt...
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Rotoworld | Apr 20th, 3:08pm
Alex Cobb (oblique) said Sunday that he's feeling better and is targeting late May or early June for a return.
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The Fantasy Fix | Apr 20th, 3:05am
He was diagnosed with a strained left oblique that will keep him out 4-6 weeks. It's an unfortunate setback for Cobb and his owners as he was off to a strong start (1-0, 1.89 ERA, 0.89 WHIP). Cobb was a popular breakout pick this season and he certainly seemed well on his way before the oblique injury. Owners just have to hope that he can come back on the earlier side of the projected timetable. - Matt Moczygemba
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The Fantasy Fix | Apr 18th, 1:39am
The Rays rotation has been beat up so far in the 2014 season. Cobb, a favorite among many fantasy goers, is likely to miss 4-6 weeks with an oblique injury. He managed to pitch through the injury and went for seven scoreless innings. The numbers are great, but it would be nice if pitchers would stop throwing through pain. - Rich Migliorisi
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Fangraphs | Apr 10th, 2:48am
Cobb struggled in his opening start against the Blue Jays, but he pitched great yesterday against the Texas Rangers, striking out six over seven innings without surrendering a run. Cobb was dominant last season, and Sunday's performance is what owners are going to want to see most times out. - Zach Sanders
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Fangraphs | Apr 7th, 3:03am
Cobb was been a trendy darkhorse Cy Young pick heading into the season and it's not that outrageous. He's got the grounders, strikeout rate and control. - Mike Podhorzer
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Roto Professor | Mar 30th, 1:15am
He showed strikeouts (8.41 K/9), control (2.83 BB/9) and groundballs (55.8% groundball rate), the perfect skill set to thrive.  Even in the AL East, there's tremendous upside and he should be targeted in all formats. - Eric Stashin
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Roto Authority | Mar 30th, 1:13am
He's not a sleeper, but his spring training was so dominant it makes me wonder if he can jump into the top tier of pitchers this year. - Tim Dierkes