Facts & Flukes

Brian
Rudd
March 23, 2018 1:03 AM GMT
Lorenzo Cain rebounded in a big way in 2017, and now finds himself in a prime spot to carry his success over into 2018. Plus Panik, J. Martinez, W. Davis and Foltynewicz
Brant
Chesser
March 20, 2018 1:04 AM GMT
Carlos Correa aims for first-round value, Michael Clevinger looks to provide strikeouts in Cleveland, Didi Gregorius tries to follow-up his power breakout, and Mychal Givens is still a LIMA force.
Jeffrey
Tomich
March 19, 2018 1:04 AM GMT
Can Mookie Betts bounce back from a disappointing 2017 and reclaim elite status? Plus, Masahiro Tanaka, Avisail Garcia, Jonathan Schoop and Josh Tomlin.
Brandon
Kruse
March 18, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Multiple injuries in 2017 prevented David Price from passing the 100 IP mark for the first time in his career—what can his skills tell us about his outlook for 2018? Plus, Grandal, Beltre, Edwards and L. Garcia.
Greg
Pyron
March 17, 2018 1:04 AM GMT
Could Ryan Braun’s injury-riddled 2017 present a buying opportunity? Plus, Brandon Morrow, Aaron Altherr, Ivan Nova, and Tyler Flowers.
Brian
Rudd
March 16, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
A.J. Pollock missed a significant amount of time due to injury again in 2017, but was a force when he was on the field. More on his outlook for 2018, plus Todd Frazier, Brandon Crawford, Rich Hill, and Tyler Anderson.
Brant
Chesser
March 13, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Whit Merrifield attempts to follow up breakout season, Mikie Mahtook looks to make the most of his playing time, Edwin Diaz holds down the ninth inning, and Nomar Mazara's skills are stuck in neutral.
Arik
Florimonte
March 12, 2018 2:05 AM GMT
Dylan Bundy has taken us on a roller coaster. Should you buy a ticket? Plus: Robinson Chirnos, Danny Duffy, Ian Kinsler, and Rougned Odor.
Brandon
Kruse
March 11, 2018 1:06 AM GMT
Anthony Rendon rang up career highs in batting average, HR, and RBI in 2017—do his skills give us any idea whether he can do it again in 2018? Plus, Brad Brach, Johnny Cueto, Salvador Perez, and Jameson Taillon.
Greg
Pyron
March 10, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Charlie Blackmon had an outstanding 2017 season as he slugged 37 HR, ripped 14 triples and led the NL with a .331 batting average. What might 2018 have in store? Plus, Jon Lester, Austin Hedges, Brad Boxberger, and Joc Pederson.
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