by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Jose Reyes made his return from the DL yesterday, but that was hardly the biggest and most important story for fantasy owners. What closer news came out of the day? How should fantasy owners view pitchers like Felix Doubront
Jose Reyes returned to his familiar spot at the top of Toronto's lineup for Saturday afternoon's game against the Indians. Reyes was activated from the 15-day disabled list following Friday night's 3-2 victory over Cleveland.
Casey Janssen has been temporarily shut down because of a strain in his lower back and abdominal muscle. The news isn't all bad on the injury front for Toronto, as shortstop Jose Reyes still plans to rejoin the ballclub in Cleveland and is expected to play on Saturday.
Reyes has been placed on the DL and is set to get an MRI. Fantasy owners have every right to be concerned. Even when Reyes returns, his 40+ stolen base days seem to be coming to a close. - Rich Migliorisi
I had Reyes ranked sixth among shortstops anyway. He's just such a huge injury risk in year two playing on concrete, and with the average less likely to settle in at .300 than in the past, the group above offer a safer floor. - Blake Murphy
I was pretty high on Jose Reyes as a fourth or even third-round pick, as we all know he can be a #1 shortstop in a full season. Then his recent hamstring injury shook me out of my haze; I'd rather let someone else take the risk. - Tim Dierkes
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