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Beitrag von WilliamR » Di Mär 23, 2021 07:35

Hoyer called the second base/infield mix perhaps the most challenging puzzle to assemble this spring.

Steal: Teoscar Hernandez. Since returning from the minors in May of 2019, he has hit .265/.331/.560 with 39 round-trippers in 136 games. Plus he runs.Baltimore Orioles Face Coverings

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There are plenty of caveats to the numbers, from sample size limits exacerbated by fewer and shorter games, the weather, the fact that we don't actually know for sure when or where the new version of the baseball has been in use and the reality that we always have to be wary about doing anything with spring numbers. So right now, it's hard to make a declarative statement about this topic beyond the fact that there hasn't been any kind of noticeable and obvious dive in homer numbers.


Chris Bassitt made his third start for Oakland, allowing a hit and two walks in 3 2/3 scoreless innings, striking out five. Matt Olson homered, doubled and singled. Chad Pinder and Sean Murphy homered and Elvis Andrus finished with three hits, including a two-run double, scoring twice.

But Sanchez has been working hard in spring training, and the results have shown in both areas at the plate. His bat is certainly working again, totaling a few homers thus far in the spring. And good offensive success has led to solid days catching for New York, too, especially when runners try to test Sanchez's arm stealing.Seattle Mariners Face Coverings


5. Robert Gsellman allowed a solo home run in the fifth inning that opened up the game’s scoring. Yennsy Diaz allowed a walk-off two-run home run to Joe Dunand.Detroit Tigers Face Coverings

The calf injury that knocked him from his Sunday Grapefruit League start might make his inclusion on the list an obvious one, but ask yourself, did that really change anything for you? For me it didn't. It served a reminder that Strasburg is a perennial injury risk, best encapsulated by his having averaged 24.5 starts per 162 Nationals games since the beginning of the 2015 season. I was already fading the right-hander more than most, and maybe this means his ADP will shift into bargain territory, but I'm resistant to drafting him even if he drops a handful of spots. After all, his average fastball velocity declined in each of 2017, 2018 and 2019, and it was a reported 92 mph in his March 9 start. Restoring some of that lost velocity would go a long way towards improving confidence in his ability to bounce back to fantasy-ace status.Pittsburgh Pirates Face Coverings