You knew the minute Washington Nationals shortstop Trea Turner got nailed in the fingers during the first inning of the team's game Tuesday night that it was going to be a major problem for his fantasy baseball owners just by the look of how much pain he was in after the HBP. Turner was drilled when attempting a bunt and he immediately went to the ground in visual pain that quickly was followed him being ushered into the dugout. When the injury updates were slow to come, I noted on Twitter that this usually indicated bad news. This was confirmed a bit later when it was revealed Turner had suffered a broken index finger which will likely sideline him for a month and maybe as long as six weeks. Given the fact that Turner was a first round pick in almost all fantasy baseball leagues and that he roared out of the gates with 2 home runs and 4 steals, his loss is as big as it gets save for a Mike Trout or a Mookie Betts. A fully healthy Turner was capable of special five-category things but now he will be out until May in all likelihood. Obviously you stash Turner away and look to someone like a Delino DeShields Jr. in order to replace your steals from the waiver wire.