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Victor Martinez (1B,DH)

Detroit Tigers

By Brendan Ross, Tigers Correspondent, Tue, Mar 3rd 3:13pm EST

Victor Martinez (knee) says he believes he will be ready for Opening Day. Martinez hit off a tee from both sides yesterday and ran on an anti-gravity treadmill. (Source: The Detroit News)

Fantasy Impact: Martinez, recovering from off-season meniscus surgery in his left knee, looks to be on track to be ready for Opening Day. Martinez had a monster slash line in 2014 of .335/.407/.565 with a league-leading .974 OPS as well as slugging 32 home runs. Look for V-Mart to be a stud again hitting in the heart of a potent lineup.

By Brendan Ross, Tigers Correspondent, Fri, Feb 20th 4:05pm EST

After undergoing surgery last week on his left knee, Martinez will continue working out on his own. (Source: The Detroit News)

Fantasy Impact: Martinez should be ready for Opening Day, but if he isn't, he doesn't figure to miss much time. He should be ready to resume full activities around mid-March or a little after. Keep a close eye on Martinez's progress, as he was a stud last year and figures to do well again if he's healthy.

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Razzball | Mar 3rd, 8:01am
Wah-wah. Sad trombone. "Those aren't pillows!" Or whatever signal you want for a reversal from good to bad. That was what I heard when it was announced that Victor Martinez had a torn meniscus, which reminds me of a conversation I had when calculators were first introduced in 1961 and I had to abandon my loyalty to my other counting device, screaming, "I'm torn, abacus!" I got sad when Martinez...
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Rotoworld | Mar 2nd, 9:12pm
Victor Martinez (knee) ran on the anti-gravity treadmill and took 30 swings off a tee from both sides of the plate on Monday.
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Rotoworld | Mar 2nd, 1:59pm
Victor Martinez (knee) has arrived at Tigers camp.
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MLB.com | Feb 28th, 9:09pm
For the second time in three days, Victor Martinez made an early appearance at Tigers Spring Training without doing much activity. He won't have to wait long to come back and do something.