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January 22, 2020 1:07 AM GMT
An early winter flurry of activity suggests that the White Sox may be winning the bat race to overtake the Indians as the chief competition for the Twins in the AL Central.
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January 14, 2020 1:07 AM GMT
With a championship finally under their belts, will re-signing Strasburg be enough to help the Nats return to the promised land? Plus: SP & RP additions in ATL, NYM, PHI; MIA adds a couple decent bats, more.
January 06, 2020 1:06 AM GMT
Still plenty of time for clubs to make changes before Opening Day. But scarce starting pitching makes the outlook for some AL West clubs better than others. Notably in Oakland, where Jesus Luzardo looks ready to ascend.
December 30, 2019 1:07 AM GMT
Nico Hoerner is the the second baseman of the future in CHC, but will he be an everyday player in 2020? Plus, a bad break for Tyler Mahle in CIN; outfield outlook in PIT; a pitching showdown in STL; breaking down the corner infield in MIL.
December 23, 2019 1:07 AM GMT
Gio Urshela heads into the preseason with a "leg up" to be the starting 3Bman for NYY, but can Miguel Andujar bump him off the spot? Also: Jobs to fill in BAL, 1B vacancy in BOS, center field thoughts in TOR and the end of the opener in TAM?
December 18, 2019 1:07 AM GMT
The Dodgers appear poised to make a move, but can they possibly part with top prospect Gavin Lux? The Diamondbacks, Padres and Giants each already with some ripple effects in terms of playing time, while light is shed on the Rockies' bullpen picture.
September 20, 2019 12:06 AM GMT
Chris Paddack and Fernando Tatis Jr. burst onto the scene in 2019, but what lies in store for the Padres in 2020? That, plus a look at some surprises and open questions across the rest of the NL West.
September 19, 2019 12:06 AM GMT
Free agency could savage the HOU rotation, as uber-prospect Forrest Whitley looks to rebound from two lost seasons. Pitching issues dominate the entire AL West as we look forward to 2020.
September 16, 2019 12:06 AM GMT
Looking for help across the board in DET; better times ahead in KC; will injuries stop the streak in CLE? Plus, a strong combination of growth and prospects for CHW, and can they hold on in MIN?
September 14, 2019 12:05 AM GMT
The Yankees have a problem to resolve in 2020 many teams would envy: too many infielders. Other question marks heading into next season include outfield in BAL, first base and second base (and Betts' status) in BOS, designated hitter in TAM and outfield in TOR.
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