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Ray Murphy
2015 projections are now posted! But don't get too attached to them just yet... they are very preliminary.
Brian Rudd
A few rotation battles will be ongoing this spring. Tony Cingrani (pictured) appears to have the upper hand on one spot in Cincinnati, and he may be primed for a rebound.
Despite a lost season due to injury in 2014, Byron Buxton (pictured) still heads a deep and talented Minnesota Twins system. Read more in our Organization Report.
The Hot Stove doesn't stop: The signings (including Michael Morse, pictured) and trades just keep on coming.
Matthew Cederholm
FB%, PX, xPX, HH%, hr/f, HctX: it's an alphabet soup of metrics, and each has been proven to be valuable. But what we really want to do is project future performance. How can we do that?
Greg Pyron
Starling Marte fell just short of matching his 2013 value, but he could be on the verge of taking a step forward in 2015. Plus Mike Minor, Evan Gattis, Tanner Roark and Aaron Hill.
Jock Thompson
Despite the hype, Kris Bryant has yet to hit his first MLB HR. Consider his blank MLB slate perhaps your last buying opportunity, as Bryant heads our list of potential 3B value plays over the next three seasons.
Doug Dennis
17 relievers received a LIMA grade "A" in the Baseball Forecaster. Our first column of the offseason takes a closer look.
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