Will Carroll - Career

Career

In 2003 Carroll joined the staff of Baseball Prospectus, for whom he served as its injury expert and wrote a regular "Under the Knife" column and periodic "Team Health Reports" as well as hosts Baseball Prospectus Radio. In February 2009, he assumed the role of Executive Editor of Puck Prospectus. In September 2010, Carroll announced his departure from Baseball Prospectus and published his last "Under the Knife" column.

In 2006, Carroll served as the injury expert for the short-lived The Fantasy Show on ESPN.

Starting in 2007, Carroll has worked as an NFL injury expert for SI.com. He has also served as a Senior Writer for Football Outsiders, for whom he focuses on football injuries.

In 2011, he joined SI.com, bringing both his "Under The Knife" (baseball) and "Injury Report" (football) devoted to sports injuries.

In 2013, he joined the Bleacher Report. He is listed as the Lead Writer for Sports Injuries.

Carroll was one of the panelists, along with Jason Whitlock, for the premier week of the ROME show on CBS Sports Network.

Carroll has authored two books: Saving the Pitcher (2004),The Juice: The Real Story of Baseball's Drug Problems (2006), and edited The Carroll Guide to Sports Injuries (2010).

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