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Who’s In, Who’s Out: NL West

The National League West division got a whole lot stronger when the Los Angeles Dodgers’ new ownership decided to push their cards all in and spend as much as necessary to win. It was a fairly busy offseason for the five clubs, but both the Dodgers and San Francisco Giants elected to use plenty of their resources on retaining some of their key pieces. The Arizona Diamondbacks made a series of interesting trades while the San Diego Padres and Colorado Rockies made a couple interesting acquisitions of their own. Let’s…

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Who’s In, Who’s Out: AL Central

It’s been an eventful last several months for the teams in the American League Central division as a couple stars have packed their bags. The juggernaut that is the Detroit Tigers franchise looks poised to continue their dominance of the division despite plenty of roster turnover. The Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals look like they both have taken steps back on paper this winter, but will still provide some competition. Let’s take a look at what each club gained and lost over the winter, starting with the defending division…

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The Mariners’ Right-handed Bat Options

For some reason the Seattle Mariners believe they are so littered with left-handed hitters that they are narrowing their search for offense to right-handed hitters. I’m not saying they won’t even consider lefties, but it seems they are fascinated with getting more right-handed after signing Robinson Cano. Corey Hart is right-handed. Clearly he’s in the plans to get a lot of plate appearances, no matter how he’s used in the field. Mike Zunino appears to be a big part of the club’s plans at catcher, there’s another 300-450 PAs from…

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