Yahoo! player update thingy wrote:Sep 4 With the Cardinals nursing a comfortable lead in the NL Central, Pujols may take some time off in September to receive treatment for plantar fasciitis. The injury also bothered him last season. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is reporting that team trainers will evaluate the first baseman early this week and decide an exact course of treatment. Pujols already has 100 RBI this season, meaning he has reached that mark in each of his first five MLB campaigns.
Advice: After hitting .370 in June and .358 in July, Pujols batted 'just' .287 in August. - Stats Inc.
This would really kill me because I have him in a weekly change league for money. Any other insight on this?
(I have Berkman, so I can put him there if he decides to sit out ...but still, if I use him and he's out halfway through a week I'm done for. )