Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy 2012: 10 Injury Risks to Avoid at All Costs

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Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy 2012: 10 Injury Risks to Avoid at All Costs

Maybe someday technology will have advanced far enough that all our fantasy baseball teams will be made up of a hybrid breed of indestructible cyborgs.

But for now, we're stuck with guys like Stephen Drew—guys who are prone to regularly breaking down.

Granted, fluky accidents happen. Sometimes your DH stomps on home plate and shatters his leg. Sometimes your outfielder strains his neck while sleeping on the bus. And sometimes your stud pitcher manages to hurt himself with a towel.  

After all, everyone (except Wolverine and Cal Ripken Jr.) gets hurt now and then.

But you can certainly take the necessary precautions to limit your team's factory recall rate. 

Here are 10 injury risks to avoid in your fantasy baseball leagues.

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