July 1st, 2015
It was a sad day on Saturday as one of the most prolific home run hitters went down for the second straight year with an injury. Giancarlo Stanton (OF, MIA) will be out four to six weeks due to a broken bone in his left wrist. He underwent successful surgery on Sunday and should be back at some point in either late July or early August. Stanton was leading all of baseball with 27 homers at the time of his injury and should be kept on your team even if you don't have a DL spot available. The slugger is not one to give up on anytime soon.
In other Miami news, Jose Fernandez (SP, MIA) is due back July 2nd against the San Francisco Giants and should be activated as soon as possible. Fernandez has been unbelievable in his career as a starter and gets a chance against a less potent Giants offense without Hunter Pence or Nori Aoki.