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|Alvarez had knee problems as soon as he showed up for Spring Training last February and wound up playing in just two games before undergoing season-ending surgery. Still just 23 years old, the heavyset slugger now has a cloudy long-term future. But Alvarez has undeniable plate skills (1.067 OPS in 2019) and should rank among the league leaders in homers per plate appearance. The ultimate boom-or-bust pick, Alvarez makes sense in 10-team leagues, where he can be easily replaced from the waiver wire.Cleveland Indians MLB Design Face Coverings
D-backs shortstop Nick Ahmed says he admires McKay, who is well known around the organization for his good health.Chicago Cubs MLB Design Face Coverings
“You’re talking about two guys who could hit over 100 home runs together and over 200 RBI, combined,” Nelson says. Only five clubs -- the 1927 Yankees, the 1961 Yankees, the 1998 Cardinals, the 2001 Giants and the 2002 Cardinals -- have had teammates combine for 100 or more homers in one season.
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That's been a negative of the past year for Luciano, but when it comes to his on-field career, he doesn't see stunted growth. Luciano, the best Giants prospect in a decade, has played just 47 professional games and missed a chance to shoot through two or three levels of the minors last season. But he doesn't feel that impacted his future at all. Houston Astros MLB Design Face Coverings
Schoop is going to take live batting practice in the next few days and could serve as the designated hitter this weekend. The Tigers play the Philadelphia Phillies in Clearwater on Saturday and the Baltimore Orioles in Lakeland on Saturday.Seattle Mariners MLB Design Face Coverings
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4) David Peterson had a little trouble in his latest start, allowing three runs on five hits and two walks over four innings. He was leaving the ball up a bit and getting behind hitters, which usually doesn't result in anything good for a pitcher. But that's what spring is for, figuring out that command before the regular season. He is one of the pitchers vying for a spot in the back of the rotation.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the White House's chief medical advisor, discussed what it would take to get MLB stadiums back to full occupancy during an appearance on ESPN's "Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney" podcast, but stopped short of predicting when that day might come.