2019 BASEBALL DRAFT KIT
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A player's spot in the batting order can have a big impact on their potential production.
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It’s the time of year Scott Jenstad advises reassessing your team to see what changes can be made with struggling players, including mid-round guys like Eduardo Rodriguez.
James explains to Clay why he believes Brendan McKay will see valuable action at the major league level this season.
Todd Zola follows up last week's batch of hitters who have changed their baseline expectations with pitchers who have done the same, including the Reds' Luis Castillo.
Brad Johnson tackles pitchers who have gotten off to a less than stellar start, including Yu Darvish, who, after some rough outings, has made adjustments that have resulted in success.
Liss vents to Jeff about unpredictable play from marginal players like Michael Wacha and Sonny Gray.
Christopher Olson likes Nats veteran hurler Stephen Strasburg on Thursday against the Mets.
After an interesting outing yesterday, what is Sonny Gray's rest-of-season value? Liss and Jeff discuss.
Dave Regan analyzes recent high-profile prospect callups, including Austin Riley, a third baseman by trade who’s expected to function as an everyday left fielder for the Braves.
Liss can't understand why Jake Odorizzi is pitching so well and is suspect about him keeping it up. Jeff is a bit more optimistic.
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