Phillies' Scott Kingery: Solves vision issues
Kingery will wear a contact lens this season to correct the blurry vision that affected him late in 2019, Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Kingery went through a series of tests during the offseason which revealed a minor vision issue in his right eye. The problem isn't bad enough for him to require contacts for everyday activity, but a baseball player trying to hit major-league pitching requires more perfect vision than most of us do in our daily lives. In theory, improved vision could help Kingery achieve a second straight breakout season, but given that the issue was apparently minor and didn't pop up until late in the year, it's probably not wise to adjust his projections too much.
Fantasy Baseball Today Newsletter
You're destined to gain an edge over your friends with advice from the award-winning FBT crew.
Thanks for signing up!
Keep an eye on your inbox for the latest sports news.
There was an error processing your subscription.
Roster expansion is expected for the start of the 2020 season, so which players would benefit?
Twenty players who've seen their ADP change since April 1 and the possible reasons why.
First base isn't as dominant as it has been, but with emerging talent and a deep pool, managers...
Second base features lots of interesting options but lacks the kind of elite talents who gets...
More than just money is at stake in the reopening talks between MLB and the MLBPA. Scott White...
Catcher is a position few will target early in drafts, with a shortage of elite talent and...