PT Tomorrow

Alain
de Leonardis
February 27, 2019 2:06 AM GMT
Every vacuum brings with it ample opportunity to fill the void, and the OF situation in Miami is rife with opportunity.
Dan
Marcus
February 26, 2019 2:06 AM GMT
Some young, promising pitchers got pushed out of the rotation in CIN, but they shouldn't be forgotten. Also: playing time at the hot corner in PIT, back-of-rotation starters in STL, the impact of Moustakas's return in MIL, and David Bote's playing time in CHC.
Matthew
Mougalian
February 25, 2019 2:06 AM GMT
If you enjoy scoring games by hand, keep those pencils at the ready wherever the Royals are playing.
Kristopher
Olson
February 23, 2019 2:06 AM GMT
There's a friendly competition brewing between Clint Frazier and his mentor, Brett Gardner, for the starting left field job in NYY. Also: back-of-the-rotation battles in BAL and TOR, Dustin Pedroia's return in BOS, and Avisail Garcia's role in TAM.
Brian
Slack
February 22, 2019 2:06 AM GMT
Is presumptive closer Will Smith's grasp on the saves less secure than previously thought? Plus, a look at the LA rotation, the COL first base picture, 2B in ARI, and catchers in SD.
Jock
Thompson
February 21, 2019 2:06 AM GMT
The 1B/DH AB for most AL West clubs look unsettled over the longer haul. This is particularly true in Anaheim now, where despite three remaining contract years, aging Albert Pujols is looking over his shoulder.
Dan
Marcus
February 19, 2019 1:06 AM GMT
Corbin Burnes leads a trio of young Milwaukee SP who are good candidates to breakout this season. Also: Rotation depth in CHC, breaking down the hierarchy for saves in CIN, Elias Diaz path to more playing time in PIT, and Carlos Martinez's role in STL.
Dan
Marcus
February 15, 2019 1:06 AM GMT
Jeff McNeil's transition to the outfield means he could be a full-time player sooner rather than later. Also: Breaking down save opportunities in PHI, playing time at the hot corner in MIA, save chances behind Doolittle in WAS and the fifth starter in ATL.
Kristopher
Olson
February 12, 2019 1:06 AM GMT
The arrival of Freddy Galvis could lead to Devon Travis and Lourdes Gurriel trying their hand at outfield this spring. Also: Hays to rise again in BAL, Swihart's prospects in BOS, Tulowitzki's rebound potential in NYY and where Font might slot in TAM.
Rick
Green
February 09, 2019 1:05 AM GMT
With a hole at short in PIT, Erik Gonzalez appears to have inside track. Plus interim search for saves in CHC; Reds' rotation takes shape; a platoon at 2B is expected in MIL; and STL hasn't settled on a closer.
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