Bookmarked, Ender. Excellent resource.
It's all flooding back to me now.
Hand injury was a freak accident after breaking his fingers sliding on artificial turf, and the hammy repeat was a result of rushing him back too early. (11 days for a hammy strain? Stupid) Hopefully the Angels learned from this. There's always the risk of the hammy becoming a chronic problem, but Figgy's a small dude and he won't be carrying a huge amount of weight on it, which should mitigate the risk a bit.
Could be huge payoff depending on where you get him. I reached for him in the mid-7th round in my only real draft this year, which is admittedly a stretch, but I didn't see anyone else that round who I liked. He's been falling between the 9th round and the 11th in most drafts, and there's solid potential for him to be a team's biggest value pick of the year.