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2 months 1 week ago #74 by WilliamR
Joining Gonzalez in big league camp are Tylor Megill and Marcel Renteria, who were noted this week by DeMayo as two players who could make a major league impact in 2021.

Let's return for a moment to the "good," "bad" and "average" classifications this system issues. The Tigers are the only team without a single player who landed in the "good" category. For comparison's sake, consider that the Twins have a "good" player rate of 28%. New York Yankees face coverings

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The hope is that the Albert Pujols victory lap won’t keep Walsh off the field. He should be anchored to Trout and Rendon in a top-heavy Angels lineup . . . Washington’s defense is bad enough to make you weep, but they made a good buy-low on Bell, whose 2020 shouldn’t be taken at face value. He was a .277/.367/.569 god with 37 home runs two years ago . . . McNeil’s pop disappeared last year, but his BB/K ratio was almost even (that’s always an outstanding sign), and he did conk 23 homers in 2019’s Funball year. He might be done as a baserunner (5-for-13 the last two years), but given how he’s solved the nuances of golf, I suspect he could get back to stealing if he wanted to . . . Moore brings category juice and positional grabs, but he was also a .206 hitter over a 113-game sample two years ago . . . Myers had an underreported bounce-back year, for whatever importance we put on 60 games. And he’s learned how to stay on the field, playing essentially a full year in 4-of-5 seasons. He might be done running at age 30, and the overall depth of San Diego concerns me; only the true stars here will be spared from benching risk. I feel like I’ve changed my mind on Myers 3-4 times in his career, and a $14 tag isn’t really a proactive number. I’ll see if the room gives him to me at my bid. San Francisco Giants face coverings

My first go-round with 2021 salaries are below. Today's assignment is the corner infield; the first basemen and third basemen. Don't ask me where Mookie Betts or Jacob deGrom are, they don't qualify. Milwaukee Brewers face coverings

Top to bottom, the NL East should be baseball's toughest and most competitive division. In addition to the Mets and Phillies, the Braves and Nationals both spent significant free-agent dollars this winter. The Marlins remain in a slow build, but they have young talent and did make strong offensive additions in Starling Marte last summer and Adam Duvall this winter. Kansas City Royals face coverings

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He’s right, the Cubs have been here before. But this season it’s not just a reaction to former Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein dubbing a season a “year of reckoning,” or common sense suggesting that a team would rather get something back in a trade than let a free agent walk.

“When it comes to mental skills, I’ve tried to sell it to my players that this particular person on our staff is no different than your hitting coach,” Maddon said. “He’s no different than your pitching coach. He’s no different than your infield coach.

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