Publish Date: 06/14/2018
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
The injury bug is out with a vengeance this season. Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera is out for the season after rupturing his bicep tendon (my arm hurts just typing that) and might never be the same hitter again. Does this hurt the Tigers from a trade perspective? Could Miggy have been on the move?
Plus, Shohei Ohtani is out with a Grade 2 UCL sprain. Some sources say there is likely already tearing happening to the ligament and that leads to the three worst words in baseball: Tommy John Surgery. Can Ohtani recover and avoid TJ or will he be off the diamond until close to the 2020 season?
Finally, the last half of our power rankings for June. Where did your team land? Oh yeah, and since Chris is out of town this week, our buddy Adnan Virk dropped by to help Graham get the show started right.
All that this week on Out of Left Field.
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