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Monday's Roto Roundup: It's a Quiet Day Out There

With only 4 games on the schedule, there's not a whole lot going on for fantasy.

The biggest scare of the day came courtesy of the Cardinals-Mariners game, as a Jose Lopez throw hit Albert Pujols in the back of the helmet. He looked a little bit shook up after the play, but didn't miss a beat and played the rest of the game without any incident.

Stephen Strasburg was named the NL Player of the Week after his two solid starts last week. Chalk this up as the first of many awards for him in the future. At least that's the hope anyway.

Erick Aybar was injured on a tough takeout slide by Casey McGehee in the 7th inning of the game yesterday. it didn't look good, and it seems likely to me that he's probably going to miss a fair amount of time. Although it didn't happen yet, I imagine McGehee is probably going to be hit by another pitch sometime in the series.

And apparently, Mark Mulder has officially retired from baseball. Not that he's not likely to be done playing professional sports. Apparently, he's been dominating the amateur golf tournaments so far. Good for him.

Full schedule of games tomorrow, with a World Series rematch starting in the Bronx.