The owners have approved a 60-game season with a July 1st start to Spring Training, and a July 24th start to play.
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Bad command has been a major problem for Boston’s starting staff.
Ryon Healy has reinvented his approach at the plate, and it’s paying dividends during the first two weeks of the season.
Gonzales has an effective changeup, but could that be a problem?
Daniel Vogelbach has the potential to be a great major league hitter, and he’s finally going to get a chance to show what he’s made of.
Oakland didn’t address its woes at starter during the off season. That mean it’s going to have to rely on its offense in 2019.
Ryon Healy will be starting the season with the big club instead of in Tacoma. Here’s what that means for him.
The Dodgers got a whole lot better this offseason, without really bringing any big names.
Marco Gonzales has bought into analytics, and that’s why he’s the opening day starter for Seattle.
The Yankees have added James Paxton to a starting staff that was already exceptional, while cutting some of their dead weight offensively.
The Reds made a lot of moves this past offseason, but they didn’t really address their biggest weakness.
The Padres inked another major free agent with a team that really isn’t ready to compete yet.
Kyle Seager needs to beat the shift, and himself, to improve heading into 2019.
The Phillies landing Bryce Harper was one of the biggest acquisitions by any team in the MLB this last off season.
Tampa Bay is still struggling to put together a stadium deal with the Rays. Meanwhile, Montreal has some serious investors interested in having the Rays in town for a few games.